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Fall 2015 SI-linked courses:

Click on the SI Schedule tab for exact times and locations of weekly study session.

Biology

BIOL 110   BIOL 203

Chemistry

CHM 111   CHM 115   CHM 116   CHM 129  

Computer Science

CS 158   CS 159   CS 180   CS 240

Electrical & Computer Engineering

ECE 201

Economics

ECON 251   ECON 252

Mathematics

MA 153   MA 158   MA 16010   MA 16020   MA 161   MA 162

Management

MGMT 200   MGMT 201

Mechanical Engineering

ME 200

Physics

PHYS 172   PHYS 220   PHYS 241

Statistics

STAT 225   STAT 301

We recommend attending SI once a week!

Coming to SI once a week has many benefits, such as raising grades, learning more, and getting to know your peers.

Click on the Schedule tab to see the weekly study session times and places!


Supplemental Instruction (SI) is...

... weekly study sessions led by a peer who has successfully taken the course

... an informal study group where it's ok to make a mistake

... a place to share study tips

... a way to grasp tough material and break it down into understandable segments

... a way to save time, money and frustration

Watch the following video to see what students have to say about SI

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What SI Participants had to say ...

In response to the question "If I had not come to SI, I think my grade would have been...", 89% of students said they felt that their grade would have been worse.

In response to the questions "Has SI helped you improve as a student?", 93% responded positively, saying that their comprehension improved, their confidence grew, and that they found it easier to retain knowledge.

On average, 95% of the students who attended SI sessions regularly (8 or more times), earned a C or better in the course. About half of those students earned an A or B. 

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