Literacy Unlimited is closed until May 4, 2020 due to the Coronavirus.

We do follow the rule “social distancing”, but we do not have distance with you. We still have some conversation classes via video or email. We also have video workshops for tutors. If you are interested in joining the classes or workshops, please let us know by email

Conversation Classes

Beginner              Thursdays 1:00PM – 2:30PM

Intermediate     Tuesdays 1:00PM – 2:30PM

                                    Wednesdays 10:00AM – 11:30AM

Advanced             Wednesdays 7:00PM – 8:30PM


Tutor get-together:

                  Thursday        Apr 9, 2020   7:00PM

Dicussing Google Classroom (another option for meeting with students):

                  Tuesday          Apr 7, 2020   3:00PM

 "Newsy" the Tutor Newsletter

The US Census is coming!

Everyone in the US will be counted this Spring. We have put together a lot of resources for you to use. Let's all learn and become Census Ambassadors.

If you need more info, please contact the office! Remember, it's important and everyone counts!

Here are links to 2020 Census resources:

Literacy Unlimited is a group of volunteers who tutor adults in English as a second language, basic literacy, citizenship and GED preparation. Established in 1986 and housed in the Framingham Public Library, Literacy Unlimited is a member of Literacy Volunteers of Massachusetts. We provide a solid, comprehensive program for training and supporting volunteers to teach basic reading, writing and/or math skills to adult learners. Our organization is dedicated to increasing public awareness of the need to eliminate illiteracy in our community and expanding the availability of educational programs that accomplish this. We hold the belief that literacy strengthens society and promotes equality among its members.


The tutoring we offer is confidential, individualized, student-centered, and free of charge. Adult learners and tutors, who usually work one-on-one, are carefully matched and supported to insure the best opportunity for the student to reach his/her individual goals. Typical goals our students achieve include becoming employed or become better employed, getting citizenship, finishing a GED, getting a driver's license, learning to read to their children or simply becoming confident to function in our community.


We are supported by Literacy Volunteers of Massachusetts and Community Development Block Grants. Our big fundraiser is held in May with raffle baskets displayed in the libraries. We also conduct an end-of-year appeal, but contributions are welcome at any time of the year!