Supplemental Instruction (SI) sessions are additional instruction (face to face) on the course material but is taught by a peer and focuses on problem solving! Supplemental Instruction is voluntary, informal, regularly-scheduled sessions in which students are able to work together, think critically, and solve chemistry problems. These sessions are facilitated by an "SI leader", typically a student who has previously excelled in this course and who "attends" the course in which you are registered. An SI group is a powerful learning community where you should feel comfortable asking questions, learning the material and providing support and increased success.
There are no supplimental instruction sessions being offered at this time.
The Learning Commons does provide science tutoring.