How does SIP work?
  • SIP is a peer-led study group program
  • Each section has its own SIP Leader, who has taken the class and has been successful in it
  • SIP Leaders sit through the class again to see what you see and hear what you hear in lecture
  • Leaders host 4 weekly study sessions, each lasting 50 minutes
  • Sessions are free and open to anyone enrolled in your course section
  • Sessions are voluntary
  • You can arrive late or leave early from any of your SIP sessions
  • If your session is at the same time as your lunch break, bring your food and eat here!
  • SIP is where you can study with classmates and review with someone who has already taken the course
  • Pick up study tips from your classmates and SIP Leader
  • Learn transferrable skills
  • Statistics have shown that students who regularly attend SIP attain from 1/3 to 1 whole letter grade better than those who do not!
Supported courses:
  • ARH 111 Western Art: Renaissance to Contemporary
  • BIO 105 Major Concepts Biology *Only with Professor Somers*

  • BIO 111 Principles of Biology I

  • BIO 112 Principles of Biology II

  • BIO 271 Human Anatomy

  • BIO 277 Human Physiology

  • BIO 280 Microbiology
  • BIO 355 Cellular Biology
  • BIO 392 Genetics
  • CHE 104 General Descriptive Chemistry II

  • CHE 111 General Chemistry I

  • CHE 114 General Chemistry II

  • CHE 351 Organic Chemistry I
  • CHE 352 Organic Chemistry II

  • KIN 291 Clinical Anatomy
  • KIN 292 Clinical Human Physiology

  • KIN 353 Injury and Illness
  • KIN 375 Exercise Physiology
  • PHY 211 Physics I
  • PSY 230 Biological Psychology

(You must be enrolled in the listed specific section(s) to attend these SIP sessions)

 to see when these sessions are offered, view our schedule or ask your SIP Leader!


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