Supplemental Instruction

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Course Offerings

  • BIOL 122, 223
  • CHEM 115, 116, 208, 326
  • HLTH 209
  • NURS 213, 327
  • PSYC 155, 210

Please see the full schedule below for session times and locations.

Spring 2024 SI Schedule

Special SI Sessions may be announced in class which will not show up on the schedule. Please contact your SI leader to confirm extra sessions.

CourseSession Days & TimesLocationSI LeaderProfessor
BIOL 122Wednesday
Marine Room LBR 362Olivia StevensProf. Ranson-Olson
BIOL 223Wednesday
LBR 231Lauren ThroopProf. Hutchens
CHEM 115Thursday
CRW 207Nicole BorstProf. Zierden
CHEM 116Wednesday
LBR 231Laura YukichProf. Nguyen
CHEM 208Monday
LBR 231Alex EckmanProf. Nguyen
CHEM 326Tuesday
LBR 231Isaac FitzpatrickProf. Mosey
HLTH 209Tuesday
Marine Room LBR 362Lauren ThroopProf. Tuchowski
NURS 213Tuesday & Thursday
CRW 303Molly ScottProf. Kostelyk
NURS 327Tuesday
LBR 231Ashley BrandowProf. Oliver
PSYC 155Thursday
LBR 231BrynnProf. Searight
PSYC 210Wednesday
LBR 231Mackenzie JacobsonProf. Olson-Pupek

Spring 2024 Exam Review Sessions

CourseSession Days & TimesLocationSI LeaderProfessor
CHEM 110April 15th
LBR 231Sadie DrocktonProf. Nguyen
PSYC 101To be announced
in class
To be announced
in class
Nathan PicheProf. Spray
EGEE 125To be announced
in class
To be announced
in class
Michael GoldenbogenProf. Weber

Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an academic support program that uses peer-assisted study sessions to enhance student success in larger, historically difficult courses at LSSU. SI sessions are regularly scheduled out-of-class review/study discussion sessions that are open to any student enrolled in a course for which SI is offered (attendance is voluntary).

Supplemental Instruction sessions are facilitated by SI Leaders, students who have successfully completed the course(s) for which SI is offered and come with recommendation of the professor. SI leaders conduct informal study sessions based on the needs of the students who attend; students may compare and develop their class notes, discuss reading or lecture content, develop study materials, prepare and take sample quizzes by predicting test questions. The SI leader may provide study guides or sample problems for students to work with during or outside of the sessions.

For more information on the SI program at LSSU please email .

SI session hours vary by course and semester.