The Learning Center offers Supplemental Instruction, often referred to as SI, for selected courses on campus. SI provides organized study sessions which are open to any students in the course and are led by undergraduates who are selected and trained to be SI leaders.
The main goal of the SI program is to help students learn the course material and improve their course grade. In addition, we assist students in improving their study skills. We also provide students with an informal, personal, small group learning experience that helps them feel connected to other students and demonstrates the power of group study.
Subjects with available SI sections include:
Find out if your course has an SI section.
To preview interesting data that was published about the SI program in the Journal of College Student Development; November/December 1997, Vol. 38, No. 6. The title of the article is: Supplemental Instruction: An Effective Component of Student Affairs Programming. The authors are: E.O. Kochenour, D.S. Jolley, J.G. Kaup, D.L. Patrick, K.D. Roach, and L.A. Wenzler. Based in part on a paper presented at the American College Personnel Association Convention, Baltimore, March 1996.