Supplemental Instruction

Supplemental Instruction orSI” is a great way to make sure you succeed in some of the UCA Core’s most challenging courses. SI helps you improve study skills and reach your learning goals in these courses through the support of peer SI Leaders who attend your class and hold guided study sessions.  The International Center for Supplemental Instruction defines SI as being:

an academic assistance program that utilizes peer-assisted study sessions. SI sessions are regularly-scheduled, informal review sessions in which students compare notes, discuss readings, develop organizational tools, and predict test items. Students learn how to integrate course content and study skills while working together. The sessions are facilitated by “SI leaders”, students who have previously done well in the course and who attend all class lectures, take notes, and act as model students.

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SI is not tutoring, but rather assists students in being more successful in traditionally challenging courses.  Every student can benefit from participating in SI–in fact, many students raise their scores by an entire letter grade or more through SI!  If you are interested in enrolling in an SI section of these courses, please see the list of SI courses below or consult your academic advisor.


Spring 2016 SI Class Offerings
PSYC 1300
  • For the first time, EVERY section of PSYC 1300 will participate in SI!
BIOL 1400/1401/1402
  • BIOL 1400:
    • CRNS
    • CRNS
  • BIOL 1401
    • CRNS
  • BIOL 1402
    • CRNS

PSCI 1330

  • CRNS
Fall 2016 SI Class Offerings:
  • BIOL 1400:
    • CRNS 20573, 20574, 20575, 20576
    • CRNS 20627, 20628, 20629, 20630
  • BIOL 1401
    • CRNS 20633, 20634, 20635, 20636
  • BIOL 1402
    • CRNS 20577, 20578, 20579, 20580
  • PSYC 1300
    • CRN 10929
    • CRN 10939
    • CRN 10965
    • CRN 10994
    • CRN 21567
    • CRN 21759
  • PSCI 1330
    • CRN
    • CRN
    • CRN