Texas Tech University

SI Leaders

Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leaders provide peer lead student help sessions for historically difficult courses. 

Application Form

Recommendation Form

Currently Hiring SI Leaders for Spring 2018! 

Supplemental Instruction is currently seeking SI Leaders for following subjects (updated December 13):

BIOL 3416 - Genetics

CHEM 1305 - Chemical Basics

CHEM 1307 - Principles of Chemistry I 

CHEM 1308 - Principles of Chemistry II

CHEM 3305 - Organic Chemistry I

CHEM 3306 - Organic Chemistry II

FINAN 3320 - Financial Management

MATH 1330 - Intro Math Analysis

MATH 1331 - Intro Math Analysis

MATH 1451 - Calculus I with Applications

MATH 1452 - Calculus II with Applications

MATH 1550 - Precalculus

MATH 2300 - Statistical Methods

MATH 2360 - Linear Algebra

ME 2301 - Statics

ME 2322 - Engineering Thermodynamics I

PHYS 1408 - Principles of Physics I

PHYS 2401 - Principles of Physics II

ZOOL 2403 - Anatomy and Physiology I

Please contact Will Lopez at william.s.lopez@ttu.edu for questions about the SI Leader application process.


  • Current undergraduate student at Texas Tech University.
  • 3.0 Cumulative GPA from TTU.
  • Must have completed at least 30 credit hours.
  • Grade of "A" for desired course assignment, received from Texas Tech.
  • Experience in tutoring or other academic support service is a plus!
  • Must be available late afternoon or early evenings to hold reviews.
  • Two letters of recommendation or two recommendations will be required with your application. One letter or recommendation form must come from a professor in the course area you wish to serve as SI Leader. 

Applications may be returned to Holden Hall 80 or emailed to: si.soar@ttu.edu

Job Duties

  • Attend semester and monthly training.
  • Attend all lectures of the assigned course.
  • Utilize the assigned readings, homework, and class notes to create two weekly review sessions.
  • Work closely with the assigned faculty partner to assure session material meets their approval.
  • Communicate with the SI program staff on a weekly basis.

Work Hours

  • 10 hours each week (3- Course attendance, 3-Review Sessions, 4-Session planning).
  • Session planning hours are flexible while session scheduling and course attendance are set on a semester basis.