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Frequently Asked Questions
Internships are an agreement between you, the employer, and the University. When receiving credit, requirements are guided by your college/major and often include a minimum class standing/credit hours and grade point average with an evaluation and written reflection due by the end of the semester.
You will need an approved Resume and Internship Orientation to begin the process: Please see steps for your college and contact your internship/co-op liaison/coordinator for specific questions.
An internship can be credit or non-credit and paid or unpaid (one is not dependent on the other). All financial arrangements are the responsibility of the employer.
Students with a Federal Work Study award working for approved non-profit organizations or government agencies may be able to earn FWS funds with the CSI Program which is administered by the Career Management Center.