The CSA currently funds the Supplemental Instruction program on campus. Supplemental Instruction is a University peer-support learning program. Concordia selects classes that are historically the most difficult classes offered to be part of the program.
Supplemental Instruction offers students the ability to review notes, practice problems, and prepare for exams in an encouraging, peer environment.
SI sessions are seminars held once or twice week and lead by an SI leader who has earned a high grade in the class they are facilitating. The goal of supplemental instruction is to not have the leader act as a tutor but rather to offer productive studying techniques to improve your grade in the class!
For more information on supplemental instruction at Concordia please contact you SI Director at email@example.com