Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a series of weekly review sessions featuring peer content experts leading students through difficult course content outside of the classroom. The SI program targets only historically difficult courses, such as Anatomy and Physiology, Calculus, and American Sign Language.
At each SI session, students will be guided through course material by an individual who has both taken the course and been selected by the professor. SI leaders work closely with professors to make sure sessions are informative, engaging, and interactive.
Higher grades! Students who attend SI sessions on a regular basis almost always finish their courses with a higher grade than those who do not attend SI. SI is a chance for students to get together with classmates to compare notes, discuss important concepts, develop study strategies, and test themselves all with a qualified content expert.
Anatomy & Physiology I (BSC1085)
Anatomy & Physiology II (BSC1086)
Calculus I (MAC2311)
Calculus II (MAC2312)
College Algebra (MAC1105)
Intermediate Algebra (MAT1033)
American Sign Language I (ASL2140)
American Sign Language II (ASL2150)
American Sign Language III (ASL2160)
American Sign Language IV (ASL2200)
Elementary Spanish I (SPN1120)
Elementary Spanish II (SPN1121)