Learning Enhancement Center

Supplemental Instruction (SI):

A peer-led study group designed to help students succeed in academically demanding courses.

SI leaders 
 SI leaders

  • We focus on improving student confidence and performance.
  • SI is open to students enrolled in courses offering supplemental instruction and available at no extra cost.
  • SI sessions are announced during class at the beginning of each semester
  • There are at least three weekly sessions for each course supported by SI.


 Supplemental Instruction (SI) is:

  • A friendly place to ask questions, make mistakes, and share study tips
  • An informal study group for everyone taking the course
  • Led by a peer who holds a cumulative 3.5 or higher GPA and who has either already successfully taken the course or mastered the material
  • A great way to prepare for lecture and exams by learning new ways to break down and understand difficult material
  • An opportunity to earn a higher grade
  • A way to meet new people and make new friends

We recommend that you:

  • Attend at least one session per week, not just the exam review sessions.
  • Come to sessions prepared to interact and participate with your peers.
  • Mark the session days, times, and locations on your calendar.
  • Ask questions!
  • Plan to have fun! 

SI group    

Interested in being an SI LEADER? contact Audrey Kellems by clicking here!




Carlson Library
Last Updated: 2/8/19