Supplemental Instruction

About Us

Supplemental Instruction, abbreviated SI, is a series of informal study sessions led by an SI leader. There are two-three regularly scheduled one hour sessions a week. The best part is they're free and they guarantee great study time. SI starts the first week of classes, so check out the schedule* to see if your classes has the SI support.

What is an SI Leader?

  • A student who has previously taken the class and has done well. The student will attend class again in order to offer a guided review for the current students so they also do well. If you are interested in learning more, or becoming a SI Leader, see the job description.

Why attend SI?

  • Guaranteed study time to free up your weekend
  • Activities that promote creative learning
  • Improve study skills
  • Meet people in your major
  • Have questions answered about class material
  • Grade improvement
    • See how regularly attending SI sessions can affect your grade with the summary report.
      Spring 2017 Report

Meet the SI leaders

SI Leaders

Selena Chandler

Chemistry 1515, General Chemistry 1

Katie Cruickshank

Chemistry 1516, General Chemistry 2

Dante DeChellis

Dante DeChellis

Chemistry 3719, Organic Chemistry 1

Jordan Fain

Biology 2601, General Biology: Molecules & Cells

Trevor Gump

Trevor Gump

Biology 1551, Anatomy & Physiology 1

Cassandra Huston

Cassandra Huston

Chemistry 1515, General Chemistry 1

Theoni Kasamias

Math 1571, Calculus 1

Marium Khan

Biology 1552, Anatomy & Physiology 2

Jennifer Mullally

Biology 2602, General Biology: Organisms & Ecology

Harley Parker

Chemistry 3720, Organic Chemistry 2

Rachael Penick

Psychology 1560, General Psychology

Taylor Seitz

Chemistry 1506, Allied Health Chemistry 2

Amanda Svenson

Biology 3730, Human Physiology

Jessica Yeager

Math 1572, Calculus 2