The Supplemental Instruction (SI) program provides peer-facilitated study sessions led by qualified and trained undergraduate SI leaders who attend classes with undergraduate students and encourage undergraduate students to practice and discuss course concepts in sessions. Sessions are open to all undergraduate students who want to improve their understanding of the material, as well as their grades.
What Courses does SI support?
What SI participants have to say…
“My SI Leader is always prepared with practice problems and topics to cover, and provides consistent updates on class material. They are also very approachable and easy to talk to, and remain patient if a student doesn’t understand something immediately or needs extra help.” –SI Participant, Spring 2014
“My SI Leader has helped me through some of the more difficult sections of material we’ve had thus far, and I definitely feel like she’s put me in a better place to succeed.” –SI Participant, Spring 2014
“When a topic appears to be unclear to the group in class we continue to work on it at SI. My SI Leader has made coming to SI very worth the time because I feel ready for class and caught up from any confusion I may have had.” –SI Participant, Spring 2014
“I attend SI regularly and credit the program with preparing me so well for my first test!” –SI Participant, Spring 2014
|For more information, contact:
Student Success Center
803-777-1000 or firstname.lastname@example.org