SI (study groups)

SI, also known as Supplemental Instruction, is a great way for students to get together with peers from class to discuss concepts, compare notes and share strategies. These structured study sessions are led by SI leaders – students who have successfully completed the class. SI Leaders attend all class sessions to keep up with course content and facilitate three or more study groups each week.

Benefits of SI

  • structured study time
  • social interactions
  • increase in course grade
  • develop study skills for future use

Sessions are free to all ASU students. To attend an SI session, please search available courses, days, times and locations.

How Do I Participate?

  • No appointment is necessary.
  • Bring all of your notes and textbook.
  • Come when you can – it’s okay to arrive after the session starts or leave before it ends. 

Interested in Becoming an SI Leader?

Learn more about becoming an SI leader.

Important Dates | more
Feb 12

Poly Campus- SI Review Session BCH 361- Huffman

Course: BCH 361
Instructor: Huffman
Material Being Covered: Exam I
Date: Thursday, February 11th
Time: 8am-10am
Campus: Poly
Location: PRLTA 145
For questions, please call (480) 727-1452.

Feb 14

Tempe: BIO 281 SI Review 2/14/2016 3 - 4:50p in PV West Sun Spot

Tempe: BIO 281 SI Review 2/14/2016 3 - 4:50p in PV West Sun Spot

Feb 16

Downtown Phoenix Campus Graduate Writing Workshop: The Art of Argument workshop 2pm - 3pm

Much academic writing takes the form of argument. You begin with a claim and then set out to write in support or opposition depending upon the results of the research. This workshop will help you understand how to make a sound argument and how to review your argument.

Date:  Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Time: 2:00 – 3:00 p.m.

Campus: Downtown Phoenix

Location: Post Office (POST), Graduate Writing Center, Lower Level, Room L1-32

Feb 17

Poly Campus- SI Review Session CHM 113- McILwraith

Course: CHM 113
Instructor: McILwraith
Material Being Covered: Material for upcoming exam
Date: Wednesday, February 17th
Time: 6pm-9pm
Campus: Poly
Location: PRLTA 145
For questions, please call (480) 727-1452.

Feb 23

West Campus Graduate Writing Workshop: Managing the Thesis & Dissertation Writing Process

Learn tips for planning writing and research time and preparing for your thesis or dissertation project. Presenters will also discuss strategies for staying organized while you write your thesis or dissertation.

Date:  Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Time:  5:00-6:00 p.m.

Campus:  West

Location:  Fletcher 101, the library classroom

For questions, please call (602) 543-6169.

Feb 23

Get your Shift Together: how to plan for and organize your papers

This workshop will focus on how to plan for all stages of a writing assignment and work it into your busy schedule. It will also focus on how to organize your paper so that all your ideas are coherent.

Date: Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Time: 9:00-10:00 a.m.

Campus: Thunderbird

Location: IBIC, Thunderbird Writing Center

For questions, please call (602) 978-7255.