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Supplemental Instruction (SI)


What is Supplemental Instruction (SI)?

Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a program that offers weekly structured learning and study groups for difficult courses. Called SI sessions, these group meetings are led by SI Leaders, a trained student who has already passed the difficult course. SI Leaders attend class and work with faculty to make the SI sessions specific to the faculty member's teaching style and the students taking the class that semester.  

How does SI work?

SI is offered two to three times a week at a set time. Check the class schedule, and listen to your instructor to find out if and when SI is offered.

Why should I enroll in SI?

SI provides

What do UCM students say about SI?

Phillis Aabert, Instructor of Adult Literacy

Aaberg, Phillis
Instructor of Adult Literacy
Coordinator, Supplemental Instruction
M.S.E., University of Central Missouri
JCK Library 3160E