What is SI?
Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a series of weekly review sessions for students taking historically difficult courses. SI is provided for all students who want to improve their understanding of course material and improve their grades.
Who can attend?
Anyone enrolled in the course. Attendance is voluntary.
How is it different from tutoring?
Where is SI located?
Across campus in and out of your course. For the complete schedule please go here: Spring 2012 Schedule.jpg
When is SI?
Sessions are held twice a week by your SI facilitator. The times and locations can be found here: Spring 2012 Schedule.jpg
When does SI start?
At the beginning of every semester.
Why should I go to SI?
If you attend regulary you'll get the following:
- Better grades
- Understanding of course material
- Chance to get together and look over notes/concepts
- Test yourself BEFORE the professor does
How much does SI cost?
Who can I contact to ask questions?
Amy Sherman, Director of Supplemental Instruction
Academic 4, 2128 or Oconee Library