Supplemental Instruction is a series of weekly group review sessions for students taking historically difficult courses. At each session students are guided through the class material by a SI leader, a competent student possessing at least an overall 3.0 GPA who has been recommended by the SAU faculty and who has previously made an A or B in the subject under that instructor.
Data shows that students who attend Supplemental Instruction (SI) on a regular basis earn a higher grade in the course and have a higher GPA upon graduation.
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The first recipient of the SI Scholarship in honor of Dr. Robert Terry is Natalye (Towey) Leake, SI Leader for Dr. Matt Lammers’ Introduction to Sociology classes. The $500.00 scholarship was awarded for the first time for the Fall 2011 semester.
The second SI Scholarship was awarded in honor of Dr. Robert Terry to Nishant Shrestha, SI Leader for University Physics II which was taught by Dr. Abdel Bachri.