Course Info

What are LSC supplemental courses and for which large, introductory courses are they offered?

Supplemental courses are offered to support students in Chemistry 2070 and 2080, Chemistry 3570 and 3580, Economics 1110 and 11120, Math 1106, 1110, 1120, and 2210, BIOMG 1350 (Cell and Developmental Biology), Physics 1112 and 2213. LSC supplemental courses help Cornell students:

  • Evaluate and implement effective learning strategies.
  • Enhance their sense of agency.
  • Learn and practice effective problem-solving strategies.
  • Expand conceptual understanding of parent course material.

When are the supplemental courses?

Find out more about when and how Supplemental Courses, Other LSC Courses, and Tutoring is offered by clicking on a button below.

click here for the Supplemental Course Schedule click here for information on other LSC Courses Click here for the Tutoring Schedule

Here’s what Cornell students say about LSC Supplemental Courses:The instructor is amazing at making everything clear. He is extremely empathetic, patient and knowledgeable.

  • “The manner in which the course was taught was extremely helpful. The presentation of examples of multiple levels of difficulty and the opportunity to work through the step-by-step solutions made the course extremely effective.”
  • “It gave a very direct, clear, and simple reinforcement of course material.”
  • “The supplemental course offered me extra time to spend focusing on the material in a structured environment.”

The LSC also offers stand-alone courses in study skills and calculus preparation. Here’s what Cornell students say about LSC’s other courses:HE 1115 offers tools and materials that helped me get more organized, productive and efficient.

  • “HE1115 taught me how to schedule out my week. This helped me stay organized and productive, more so than I have ever been.”
  • “I didn’t feel prepared enough for Math 1110.  Math 1101 is giving me the tools I will need to do well in calculus next semester.”
  • “The course allowed us to work together in solving problems that may give us difficulty in class.”
  • “Really good class for seeking extra help and attention.”

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