Driven by the needs of a particular course and student cohort, supplemental instruction (SI) provides an enhanced learning experience, in a structured setting, with sessions that are facilitated by a leader as well as supported by the faculty and Tutorial Services.

The goal of supplemental instruction is to:

  • Improve student performance and retention
  • Target academic improvement in historically difficult courses
  • Provide study sessions that are planned, facilitated, and structured
  • Create an environment of voluntary participation that is worthwhile to both students and faculty alike

Interested in supplemental instruction? Contact Rachel Johnson, Manager of Peer Support, at

Current Courses

Spring 2021 session dates and times will be announced during week two of the spring term.

BIO 121 - General Biology

CHE 121 - General Chemistry - Inorganic

BIO 131 - Human Anatomy & Physiology I

BIO 132 - Human Anatomy & Physiology II

CHE 152 - Principles of Chemistry II