How Courses are Selected
When choosing classes for Supplemental Instruction, we prioritize challenging, high-enrollment courses that are required for students to progress in their major. The courses tend to be historically difficult, regardless of who is teaching them or how they are being taught.
If Your Class is not Supported
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss adding support for your course.
Benefits For Your Class
SI sessions are designed to assist undergraduate students who are struggling with the material, as well as high-achieving undergraduate students who want to maintain their A in the class. The goal is to boost student comprehension and success.
Content for Your Syllabus
Information about supplemental instruction that should be included on your syllabus:
Your success in this course is important.
Your instructor has partnered with the Student Success Center (SSC) to assist you in better understanding course material which can aid you on your path to success. Resources available to students include: Peer Tutoring, Supplemental Instruction (SI), Peer Writing & Communications (PWC), and Peer Success Consultations.
Your instructor may communicate with the SSC regarding your progress throughout the semester, which indicates your instructor is concerned about your progress in this course. If contacted by the SSC, please schedule a Success Consultation right away. Referrals are not punitive, and any information shared by your professor is confidential and subject to FERPA. SSC services are offered to all USC undergraduates at no additional cost. Please call 803-777-1000, visit www.sc.edu/success, or come to the SSC in the Thomas Cooper Library (Mezzanine Level) to check schedules and make appointments.