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Who can attend SI?

SI is free and open to all students enrolled in the corresponding content course.  SI sessions are limited to 20 students to maintain a small group environment.  Seats are filled on a first-come basis.

Does my course have SI?

Administration

ADMN 210 

Biology

BIOL 100

BIOL 202

BIOL 220

BIOL 224

Chemistry

CHEM 216

CHEM 222A

CHEM 223A

Computer Science

CSE 201

Geology

GEOL 101

History

HIST 140

HIST 146

HIST 200

HIST 201

Mathematics

MATH 110

MATH 211

MATH 212

Philosophy

PHIL 200

  • Sections 1-3 - SI Session: (coming soon)
Political Science

PSCI 203

Psychology

PSYC 100

PSYC 105

  • All Sections - SI Session: Tues/Thurs 9:00a-9:50a - SI Leader: Nazaret Montejano (contact)

PSYC 210

Who are the SI Leaders?

SI Leaders are fellow students who have previously been successful in the corresponding course or an equivalent course in the subject area. SI Leaders provide study tools, lead group exercises and discussions around challenging concepts, and guide students toward mastery of course content.

What happens at SI sessions?

SI sessions address both "what" and "how" to learn.  All students in the SI session participate in teaching, learning, and study— not just the SI Leader.  Typically SI students:

 


SI Sessions

  • Review lecture notes and text material
  • Discuss and apply important concepts
  • Prepare for an upcoming quiz or exam
  • Ask and answer questions
  • Learn effective study and test taking techniques
  • Discover strategies for doing well in the course


SI Session

How do I sign-up for an SI session?

Before the quarter begins, students enrolled in a course with SI support will receive an email with information about the associated SI session(s). Students may sign-up with the SI Leader before or after lecture. Please note that being added to the interest list does not automatically guarantee your place in the session. Seats are filled on a first-come basis (up to 20 students per session).

More questions?

Email si@csusb.edu or call 909.537.7320 to learn more about SI.

How do I become an SI Leader?

SI Leaders are undergraduate (sometimes graduate) students in good standing with a GPA of at least 3.0, have earned an A in the corresponding course and/or in relevant advanced coursework in the subject area, and are recommended or referred by faculty or the academic department. Interested students should submit an online application (link below) and send a resume and letter of inquiry to si@csusb.edu.