The Best Freebie on Campus!
Are you going nuts in your Financial Accounting class? Are you losing sleep over supply and demand curves? Are derivatives getting you down? Well, good news – you are in the right place! Supplemental Instruction is just what you need to see the light (and then turn it off and have a good night sleep for a change!)
Our SI Leaders will guide you through problems and hard concepts until you understand them thoroughly.
But wait, we haven't told you who the SI Leaders are…
They are currently enrolled AU students who excelled in the same difficult classes you are taking now (i.e. Financial Accounting, Macroeconomics, Chemistry), so they know exactly what you are going through.
SI sessions are helpful, because you get to:
- ask questions,
- discuss concepts,
- go over practice problem with other students, and
- eat candy (sometimes).
Even more, the SI Leaders can:
- show you their successful study skills (they have some really fun ones!),
- help you with your notes, and
- prepare for tests.
So what are you waiting for? Check whether you class is supported and then start attending the sessions.
And remember, SI sessions are FREE to attend!
What students have said recently about SI
"It gives me more confidence in the material. It has been a great aid in studying."
"SI was a chance to test my knowledge of the material before I took the real exam."
"I didn't think it would help much at first. I got a B on the first exam. I started going to SI and got A's on the rest of the exams."
"The study skills in SI helped me get higher grades than ever before. I understood it for the first time in my life."
"It helped me push myself from a D to a C. I passed the course."
During the university closure, all SI sessions will occur online. Sessions will take place during regular scheudled times and days unless notified otherwise by your assigned SI Leader. Prior to each session, leaders will send a link for students to join. Please be sure to check your email frequently for more information from your professor and leaders.