ARC (Academic Resource Center)Availability: August 26th - December 7th, 2018
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About ARC (Academic Resource Center)
The ARC offers Supplemental Instruction for undergraduates at the University of Iowa. Supplemental Instruction (SI) is offered for a variety of courses. All of the sessions are free.
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Note that MATH:1550 Engineering Math I: Single Variable Calculus meets in 4030 SC
SI sessions will begin Sunday, August 26th, 2018, and go through the last day of classes, Friday, December 7th, 2018.
The ARC will be closed over Labor Day Weekend (9/2-9/3) and during Fall Break (11/17-11/25).
There will be no sessions during finals week.
What to Expect:
When you come to the ARC, you will be greeted by a receptionist. All students sign in before their SI session. We don't share your information with anyone. SI Sessions are led and facilitated by a SI Leader. When you are in your session, you will work with other students in the sessions through activities to help you better understand the material. You will also learn study strategies to help you in the course!
How to Prepare:
Bring your notes for the course and any other materials that you think will be helpful for you to have during an SI session.
Supplemental Instruction SI Help Calculus and Matrix Algebra for Business MATH:1380 Calculus for the Biological Sciences MATH:1460 College Algebra MATH:1005 Diversity of Form and Function BIOL:1412 Elementary Psychology PSY:1001 Engineering Math I: Single Variable Calculus MATH:1550 Foundations of Biology BIOL:1411 Fundamental Genetics BIOL:2512 General Chemistry I CHEM:1070 General Chemistry II CHEM:1080 Human Anatomy HHP:1100 Human Biology BIOL:1140 Mathematics for Business MATH:1340 Mathematics for the Biological Sciences MATH:1440 Nutrition and Health HHP:2310 Organic Chemistry I CHEM:2210 Organic Chemistry II CHEM:2220 Principles of Chemistry I CHEM:1110 Principles of Chemistry II CHEM:1120 Fundamental Genetics BIOL:2512 College Physics I PHYS:1511