SI FAQs

Who can attend SI sessions? Is there a limit to the number of students who can attend?
There is no limit. Any student enrolled in the designated course may attend at any time.
Will I get inside information and answers at SI sessions?
SI sessions serve as a study aid to the classroom experience, emphasizing clarification of material addressed in the classroom as well as expanding upon the material for review purposes.
When/where are SI sessions held? How often per week?
The specifics regarding time and location of the SI sessions are shared within the courses.
Does it cost anything?
SI sessions are free to any student enrolled in the designated course.
Is it mandatory?
SI is voluntary, but attending may enhance your performance in the class.
How long are SI sessions? Do they change each week?
SI sessions will meet anywhere from two to three times a week for an hour to an hour and a half, with set times and days for the semester.
Can I attend more than one session per week?
Yes, you are welcome to attend as many sessions as you would like. Sessions will generally follow a similar outline, all discussing material as it is covered in class.
Can I come any time during a session?
Yes, but students are highly encouraged to come at the beginning of each session. Sessions are structured and a student may miss important information by arriving any time after the start of each session.

Contact us for more information
Supplemental Instruction
4017 Wescoe Hall
785-864-7733
supplemental@ku.edu


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