Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a FREE, voluntary, group-based, peer-run study system.

Each session is different, and statistics show that students who participate regularly have a better understanding of the material and receive higher grades.

At supplemental instruction sessions students will: 

  • incorporate study skills, techniques, and strategies relevant to the course;
  • review lecture content;
  • offer opportunities for students to work with peers, ask questions, and practice with the material.

Review the SI session schedule

Student Participation Guidelines

SI Faculty Resources

Meet Our SI Leaders


Supplemental Instruction Leaders:

  • have completed the course or an appropriate equivalent;
  • attend lecture along with students;
  • prepare two, hour-long review sessions each week;
  • host one drop-in office hour each week.
  • attend pre-term and ongoing weekly trainings.

Becoming an SI leader