Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an international program offered by the Academic Success Center that provides free, peer-facilitated group study sessions for certain large, historically difficult courses (30% D, F, and withdrawal rate).
SI sessions are led by trained peer facilitators, SI leaders, who have already taken the course and earned an A or A-. Sessions are offered multiple times each week. SI is voluntary, free of charge, and available to students on a drop-in basis.
Announcements about SI are made in targeted classes during the first week of classes, and sessions continue throughout the semester. SI sessions provide students with course-specific learning and study strategies, note taking and test taking skills, and the opportunity to study with peers.
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- Human Biology (Hoeh)
- Human Biology (Leff)
- Human Biology (Chou)
- Biological Diversity, (Kershner)
- Biological Foundations (Dorman)
- Biological Structure and Function (Vash)
- Basic Microbiology (Leff)
- Cell Biology (Kline)
- Elements of Genetics (Piontkivska)
- Elements of Genetics (Fraizer)
- Fundamentals of Chemistry (Datta)
- Fundamentals of Chemistry (Bowers)
- Introduction to Organic Chemistry (Subramanian)
- General Chemistry I (Leslie)
- General Chemistry I (Ekanayake)
- General Chemistry II (Dunietz)
- General Chemistry II (Bowers)
- General Chemistry II (Even)
- Basic Organic Chemistry I (Subramanian)
- Basic Organic Chemistry II (Hegmann)
- Principles of Microeconomics (Rohlin)
- Principles of Microeconomics (Giermann)
- Principles of Microeconomics (Wilson)
- Principles of Microeconomics (Creswell)
- Principles of Microeconomics (Leontyeva)