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FAQs

What is SI?

Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a series of weekly review sessions for students taking historically difficult courses.  SI is provided for all students who want to improve their understanding of course material and improve their grades.

Who can attend?
SI sessions are open to anyone enrolled in the course.  Attendance is voluntary.
How is it different from tutoring?
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Where is SI located?
SI sessions are located across campus in academic buildings and residence halls. For a complete schedule visit the Services by Campus webpage.
When is SI?
SI sessions are held twice a week by your SI facilitator. For times and locations visit the Services by Campus webpage.
When does SI start?
Regularly scheduled SI sessions will begin the second week of classes every semester. There will also be informational sessions during the first week of classes for those that would like to learn more about the SI program.
Why should I go to SI?

In the past, students that have attended SI sessions regularly, have reaped the following:

  • Better course grades
  • A stronger understanding of the course material
  • A chance to get together and look over notes/concepts
  • An opportunity to test themselves BEFORE the professor does
How much does SI cost?

Supplemental Instruction is FREE!

Who can I contact to ask questions?

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the SI department at SI@ung.edu.

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