Spring semester updates & COVID info Roadrunner Roadmap

Our office will be staffed remotely until at least 1/17/22 in accordance with UTSA guidelines - please visit us remotely via virtual office, phone, or email.

Supplemental Instruction

Supplemental Instruction provides weekly study sessions offered online at the beginning of the Spring 2022 semester to students enrolled in core and gateway courses at UTSA. We plan on offering a hybrid modality with some sessions online and some session in-person after Census Day (2/2/22). Participation is voluntary and students are encouraged to attend consistently. Students who attend SI sessions regularly tend to average one half to one full letter grade higher than their classmates who do not attend SI.


SI Session

In SI sessions, students work together to improve learning strategies by reviewing lecture notes, text material, and preparing for tests. SI sessions are guided by students who successfully completed the course work and who are trained to facilitate collaborative study groups. SI sessions provide an opportunity for you to learn how to learn while learning what to learn.


Become an SI Leader

Get paid to have fun, work a flexible schedule, make new friends and gain leadership experience by becoming an SI leader.

SI Leader applicants must meet all of the following minimum qualifications:

  • Overall GPA of 3.0 or above
  • Successful completion of assigned course with an A or B grade
  • Successful completion of 24 undergraduate credit hours
  • One successful semester at UTSA
  • Two letters of reference, one of which from a UTSA faculty member

Apply to Become an SI Leader

 

We are currently looking for SI leaders for the following courses:

Accounting: ACC 2013
Art History: AHC 1113, AHC 1133
Anthropology: ANT 1013, ANT 2033
Biology: BIO 1233, BIO 1404, BIO 1414, BIO 2313
Classics: CLA 2323
Criminal Justice: CRJ 1113
Economics: ECO 2013, ECO 2023
Finance: FIN 3013
Geography: GES 1023, GES 2613
Geology: GEO 1013
History: HIS 1043, HIS 1053, HIS 2053
Management Science: MS 1023, MS 3043
Physics: PHY 1603, PHY 1943
Politics: POL 1013
Psychology: PSY 1013, PSY 2073
Sociology: SOC 1013
Statistics: STA 1053


Resources

These online resources, compiled by the TRC, are designed to aid students in becoming proactive in seeking additional academic support. If you have any questions or concerns on how to apply any resource you find on this site to fit your academic needs, please make an appointment with any of our academic coaches at the TRC.

TRC Resources

Professional Resources