Tough courses getting to you?

Supplemental Instruction (SI) can help pick up the slack with peer-assisted study in:
  • Nursing
  • Biology
  • Math
  • Chemistry
  • Accounts
They’re regularly-scheduled, informal reviews where students can:
  • Compare notes
  • Discuss readings
  • Get organized
  • Predict test items

It’s a great way to brush up on course content, so visit the LRC (Luther 200) to grab a schedule of dates, locations and times for available SI components.


How can SI help?

It’s all about insider information. SI sessions are led by students who’ve successfully completed your course — with the same professor. Simply put: they’ve been there. It also improves:

  • Study strategies and time management
  • Unique note taking and memory aids
  • Anticipating test questions
  • Vocabulary development

Who should attend SI?

Everyone in a course that offers SI! It’s help for hard courses, not struggling students, so don’t be afraid to stop by.

Do I have to go to SI?

Nope, it’s up to you, but most students recommend getting in the habit—like it’s a required course. Hour-long sessions are offered 2-3 times a week and you can come as often as you’d like. And if you need more help, swing by the SI leader’s weekly office hours.