Supplemental Learning can be satisfied by completing Directed Learning Activities, workshops, and learning groups.
What is a DLA?
Directed Learning Activities (DLAs) are self-paced, instructor-designed activities that are available in the center. They take approximately 30-60 minutes to finish independently. After completing the DLA, you will meed with a tutor for a review session that lasts 15-30 minutes depending on the activity.
What is a Learning Group?
Learning groups (LG) are 50- to 60-minute interactive small group sessions that are taught by tutors who have graduated with their bachelor's degree.
What is a Workshop?
Workshops (WS) are 50- to 60-minute small group sessions that are taught by faculty.
Doing homework, using a computer for non-DLA work, studying for another class, or tutoring does NOT count towards the requirement.
Students are required to complete Supplemental Learning hours for different classes. Below are the total hours for each class per semester:
For English: Follow the link below to view the websites that accompany the Directed Learning Activities: