Office of Academic Enhancement
Learning Outside of Courses
ACEN in Action
FACT: College-level courses are difficult. Take a step towards helping yourself!
Want to learn how to study for a class?
Want to get ahead in class instead of cramming at the last minute?
Don't know anyone in your class to study with?
SI is a free service provided by the Office of Academic Enhancement, so take advantage of it!
What is SI?
Supplemental Instruction is a free program designed to reduce attrition and improve academic performance through group study.
SI is offered for “high risk” courses that cover basic biology and chemistry. SI leaders have completed these courses successfully and hold structured, group study sessions outside the classroom.
Each SI holds a one-hour session, three times a week, Sunday through Wednesday during the hours of 6:00 PM and 10:00PM in classrooms around campus. They implement activities and identify learning styles to maximize student learning. SI introduces and exercises study skills, critical thinking, and problem solving to better prepare students for academic success. Students must use their UIN or NetID to log in/out of the TutorTrac kiosk upon every visit to an SI session.
Select the link to find out if SI is right for you: SI vs Tutoring
Please check the schedule on TutorTrac to find out times and locations for sessions offered this semester.
Spring 2013 Supplemental Instructors
Laurie MangeliBIOL 111
Kelsey JohnsonBIOL 112
Logan HarrellCHEM 101
Burkely PettijohnCHEM 102
For Additional Information contact the Office of Academic Enhancement at (409) 741-4343.