0 Credit Hour Course and Transcript Notation
*You can view Summer 2020 internship policies regarding Covid-19 at https://coronavirus.uiowa.edu/information-students-and-parents
- This internship course (through Department CCP) provides students with an opportunity to expand on their internship experiences by reflecting on their experience during a midterm evaluation. Once approved, students would register for CCP:1005:0001 for example...the course number will vary depending on the student's college.
- Students are eligible to receive 0 credit hours and transcript notation.
- In order to participate students must have secured their internship in advance.
- This does not meet the Tippie RISE Requirement for business students. See approved Tippie RISE options
- Receive official University recognition of the internship through a notation on your transcript - the notation will say "Internship in Your College" - for example - "Internship in Liberal Arts/Sciences"
- Maintain full-time student status for health insurance and deferment of student loans.
- This does not meet CPT/Academic Training requirements for international students on an F-1 or J-1 visa doing full-time internships during the fall or spring semesters
- If you have financial aid, be sure to contact the Office of Student Financial Aid to make sure you will still be eligible!
- Gain valuable work experience without needing to pay full tuition. This is particularly helpful at sites where internships are not paid.
- Registering an internship often fulfills an organization’s credit requirement to complete the internship.
- Complete an internship evaluation to reflect on your growth throughout your internship.
- Your supervisor will complete an evaluation and provide you with valuable feedback.
- Professional experience which relates to student's major field or area of career interest
- At least 80% professional work
- Occupies at least one academic term (fall, spring or summer)
- Full or part-time intern must work a minimum of 10 hours per week
- Intern must work at least 10 weeks during spring or fall term, or 8 weeks in summer
- Requires continuous supervision by a professional in the field (not a student)
- Student must have earned at least 12 semester hours of UI coursework
- Must be in good academic standing (if below good academic standing, academic advisor approval is needed)