Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a series of weekly study sessions offered for students enrolled in historically difficult courses.
Students who attend three or more SI sessions typically earn a 0.5 letter grade higher than students who do not attend.
SI sessions are:
- Free, voluntary and open to all students
- An opportunity to improve understanding of material and course grades
- An excellent way to meet other people in your class
- Guided by an SI Leader who has taken the course and is prepared to share what they learned and how to study. The leader attends the class and works in close association with the instructor so that sessions are relevant to the material covered
SI sessions are available in numerous subjects. View details related to your course.
Interested in becoming an SI leader?
Supplemental Instruction leaders are responsible for organizing additional study sessions to aid students in learning course material.