What is Supplemental Instruction (SI)?
Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an international program offered by the Center for Learning And Student Success (CLASS) that provides peer-facilitated group study sessions for students enrolled in large, high-risk courses (30% D, F, and withdrawal rate).
One difference between SI and tutoring services is that SI leaders attend class along with the students they are tutoring. Each SI leader has already taken the course and earned an A or A-. Sessions are offered multiple times each week. SI is voluntary, free, and available to students on a drop-in basis.
Announcements about SI are made in targeted classes during the first week of classes, and sessions continue throughout the semester. SI sessions provide students with course-specific learning and study strategies, note taking and test taking skills, and the opportunity to study with peers.
FAU offers Supplemental Instruction (SI) in the courses listed below. Come by a session to learn more, have a great experience and earn higher grades in your classes! Click on the course below to view the available SI session(s).
Spring 2014 Supplemental Instruction (SI) Schedule
*Please note, this is a tentative schedule. Schedules, locations and leaders may change within the first few weeks of the term. Check back often to ensure you have the most accurate schedule for your SI leader and/or course.
If your course is not listed above, please check out FAU's FREE tutoring program.
Our tutors are here to help you succeed in any way they can. Stop into our tutoring area (2nd floor of GS) to speak with a tutor during his/her scheduled hours. No appointments are taken/needed. Tutoring is offered on a walk-in, first come, first served basis. Sessions last a maximum of an hour.
SI Session Locations
GS- General Classroom South (Bldg. 2) On the breezeway, across from the campus Bookstore.
PS- Physical Science (Bldg. 55) Northeast corner of campus. Just east of General Classroom North.