SI-Supplemental Instruction

Get Ahead, Make Friends, and Learn How to Study for Class!

Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an academic program designed to reduce attrition and improve academic performance through facilitated group study. Supplemental Instructors hold these structured sessions outside the classroom to exercise study skills, critical thinking, and problem solving for different course concepts each week. Regular attendance to SI Sessions prepares students to stay ahead in the course and study more efficiently on their own.

Select the link to find out if SI is right for you: SI vs Tutoring


Supplemental Instruction at TAMUG is offered:

  • for currently enrolled students

  • During the Fall & Spring semesters

  • for FREE! (You'd be crazy not to try it!)

  • for freshmen-level Biology & Chemistry courses

  • by trained students that made an "A" in the course

  • as a 1-hour group session

  • 3+ times each week (but you only have to attend once a week!)

  • with a different course topic each week

  • Sunday through Thursday

  • between the hours of 8:00 & 10:00 PM
    (Based on SI availability as scheduled on TutorTrac)

  • in assigned campus classrooms
    (Locations on TutorTrac)

Fall 2014 Supplemental Instructors

Kelsey Johnson

BIOL 111

Aimee Cook

BIOL 111

Elise Boehm

BIOL 112

Laurie Mangeli

CHEM 101

Emily Innes

CHEM 101

Jaimie Albach

CHEM 102

Interested in becoming a Supplemental Instructor?

For additional information, please contact the Office of Academic Enhancement
at (409) 741-4343 or ACEN@tamug.edu.