Supplemental Instruction

There are no SI courses being held for the Spring 2014 semester.

 

SI Statistics for Fredonia since introduction of Supplemental Instruction Program in Fall 1996--

Total number of sections of SI offered: 100

Total number of students who could have attended SI sessions: 3532

Total number of students who did choose to attend SI sessions: 1318 or 37%

Total number of students who PASSED of those who attended SI: 1173 or 89%

 

Supplemental Instruction FAQs
Faculty Introduction to SI
Comparing SI and GSS

Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a program where Learning Center tutors work with all interested students from a particular class, typically required for a major. The SI tutors help students go over the concepts presented in class, as well as help students learn study methods pertinent to the subject. SI tutors work closely with the professor to supplement the class work. They do NOT replace the professor in any way, nor is SI a substitute for going to class and studying on your own. However, SI provides an excellent opportunity for students to solidify their knowledge of important concepts in a convenient, interactive, and friendly way.

SI workshop
Math professor, Dr. Teodora Cox, and SI tutor, Allison Fox, plan SI sessions for the Spring 2009 semester.

Tutoring Center Hours
Monday 1pm - 9pm
Tuesday 1pm - 10pm
Wednesday 1pm - 9pm
Thursday 1pm - 9pm
Friday & Saturday CLOSED
Sunday 6pm - 9pm

The Learning Center

Carnahan-Jackson Center
Reed Library Fourth Floor
State University of New York at Fredonia
Fredonia, NY 14063
(716) 673-3550 phone
(716) 673-3801 fax