*We are still offering Supplemental Instruction (SI) for your class as originally planned. However, we will be conducting those sessions remotely. To find out how to join your session, watch for an email from email@example.com. At any time, you may post a question or comment via Teams, by going to the public team of “Supplemental Instruction”. The email will have instructions for joining and posting your questions or responses to other students’ questions. Your SI Leader will be monitoring the posts at selected times. The session times will be held via WebEx. If you have any questions about getting assistance with your classes, please either call (269) 387-4442 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supplemental Instruction is a nationally recognized program that assists students in challenging classes on campus. SI Leaders are students who have completed the course in a previous semester. They will sit with you through the class, hold review sessions and guide studying.
- All sessions are free
- No registration is required
What to expect at an SI session
Sessions are like study groups and led by SI instructors who have completed the course. SI instructors facilitate sessions with materials to help review for the most important areas of the course. Sessions are comparable to study groups but with more personal interaction. It is important to come prepared for SI sessions for best results.
Why attend an SI session
- Better grades: National and on-campus studies have shown that regular attendance to SI sessions improves grades between a half and full letter grade.
- Meet people in your major: SI sessions are more interactive than most classes and may assist in networking with other students with similar majors.
- Have more free time. Most students who do attend SI tell us that they have more time than before because of an increase in course understanding.