What does an SI Leader do?
A basic job description of an SI Leader includes the following responsibilities:
What are the benefits of being an SI Leader?
The position of SI Leader is a paid professional opportunity for student leaders to build positive and supportive relations with an academic department, gain experience working with and guiding students, and perform a critical examination of an academic discipline in preparation for an advanced degree. SI Leaders work approximately 10 hours a week and earn a stipend for the semester, which varies according to experience.
Who can apply to become an SI leader?
Students must be upper-class and have earned a B+ in the class in which they will be an SI Leader. A cumulative GPA of 3.0 is required and acceptance and support from the professor of the targeted high-risk course. The SI position is competitive; therefore a high GPA and verbal or written recommendations by professors is recommended.
How can I apply?
Obtain an application from the Student Academic Services Center in Gillum Hall 2nd floor, or download a copy of the application. Be sure to complete all parts of the application and submit a schedule of your semester's commitments for the semester applying. Mail the application to
Brad W. Byers
Coordinator - Tutorial Programs
Center for Student Success
Gillum Hall 201B, Indiana State University
Terre Haute, In 47809