Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a program operating out of the Office for Teaching, Learning and Assessment. Supplemental Instruction aims to help students successfully complete historically difficult classes through peer-assisted study sessions. All students in a targeted SI course are urged to attend SI sessions. There is no remedial stigma attached to SI since historically difficult courses, rather than high risk students, are targeted.
Supplemental Instruction has supported various sections of Accounting 101 and 102, Biology 191-193, 250 and 260, Chemistry 130-134, 204 and 230-234, Computer Science 373, Economics 105 and 106, Math 130 and 150-152, Business Math 125, and the First-Year Academic Success program.
To see which courses we are currently supporting, visit our Session Schedule and Leaders page.