Why Join an SLC Study Group?
- Study and tackle challenging course concepts with the same group of peers for two hours each week.
- Receive guidance and support from a trained Study Group Facilitator who has already successfully completed the course.
- Get worksheets, practice exams, and other relevant course material.
- Build meaningful relationships with peers who are learning the same, often rigorous, material.
Which courses are supported by an SLC Study Group for Spring 2018?
Which courses are supported by an SLC Study Group for Summer 2018?
Online registration will begin Tuesday, June 26 at the times listed below and remain open for the remainder of the term. Once registration is open for a course, the course number below will link to the registration site.
Tuesday, June 26 - 9:00am
Biology 171, 172
Tuesday, June 26 - 12:00pm
Biology 225, 305; Chemistry 130; MCDB 310
Please Note - Absence Policy: Although participation in the SLC Study Group Program is voluntary, students must make a commitment to attend regularly and actively participate in the study group once they have registered. Therefore, study group members who miss two consecutirve meetings or three total meetings will be dropped from the study group in order to allow students on the waitlist to join. Absences for academic and religious conflicts are excused. However, please note that extracurricular activities including student groups, club sports and sorority or fraternity events are not considered academic conflicts.
Here's What Some of Our Members Have Said...
"Geoffrey created the perfect study group environment. All the members work together to solve tough problems, and he only directed questions to others. Every person was able to contribute/ participate/ learn because of the way the discussion was facilitated and not taught." —Study Group Member, Fall 2008
"Tiffany was great! Her worksheets were very helpful, and she made sure she was not just feeding us answers, but instead helping us to think about problems as a group. I would definitely recommend her!" —Study Group Member, Winter 2009