Academic Internship Office Newsletters
Every Fall and Winter semester the Academic Internship Office sends out a newsletter to the various internship coordinators. Past newsletters and their topics are listed here.
After the Add/Drop Deadline
Students whose internship applications are approved by the Academic Internship Office after the add/drop deadline and before the discontinuance deadline will be automatically added into the internship course by the Records and Registration Office. Once...
Coordinator Survey Results
Results from previous coordinator surveys conducted by the internship office are available here.
IMAs & Forms
The university's legal counsel has designed the Internship Master Agreement to protect the University, student, and Internship Provider against any malpractice incidents or other issues that may endanger any party involved or lead to lawsuits. Various...
The faculty and staff are the voice of the university with the ability to change policy and procedures or strengthen established programs. Academic internship programs vary in strength and activity across campus.
IRAMS Access Request
Faculty, staff, and student employees must be granted IRAMS access rights before they are able to view, edit, or endorse internship applications. Follow the steps outlined here to determine what access you are looking for and to submit an access...
In order to register for an internship class, each student is required to fill out an IRAMS internship application to give the university more information about the internship experience and to provide contact information for the university to reach...
The Academic Internship Office hosts a training meeting for department internship coordinators semiannually with additional meetings as need. An overview of previous years topics are available here.