Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a free resource that helps Marian University students be successful in historically difficult courses through peer-facilitated study sessions.
SI allows students to meet during regularly-scheduled times in an informal setting to compare notes, discuss course readings, and predict exam content.
SI is available during the fall and spring semesters. These services are not available during finals week, holidays, and official school closings.
It is recommended that you attend at least one SI session per week. Benefits include: better understanding of course material, raising course grades, and getting to know your peers.
|CHE305/306||Alisson Contreras||Monday||1-2 PM||Lecher Lounge|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Thursday||3:30-4:30 PM||Lecher Lounge|
|MAT230/231||Savannah Myers||Monday||7-8 PM||PTC, Math Lab|
|email@example.com||Thursday||7-8 PM||PTC, Math Lab|
|BUS205||Jared Berger||Monday||7 PM||NC 112|
|BUS205||Olivia Armstrong||Tuesday||7 PM||NC 112|
|BIO204||Grace Wyness||Monday||4-5 PM||PTC, Library|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Tuesday||4-5 PM||PTC, Library|
|BIO225||Colette Cline||Monday||4-5 PM||LIB011 (Lower level)|
|email@example.com||Tuesday||7-8 PM||LIB011 (Lower level)|
SI leaders attend all course lectures and facilitate two (2) one-hour review sessions each week outside of class. SI leaders are required to plan weekly sessions, communicate regularly with the university's director of academic engagement, attend SI training sessions, and participate in observation reviews. We anticipate that SI peer leaders will spend eight hours per week fulfilling their responsibilities.
All interested students should obtain a faculty letter of recommendation and apply through Handshake.
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Students may make a complaint to the Indiana Commission of Higher Education.
Marian University is sponsored by the Sisters of St. Francis, Oldenburg, Indiana.
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