F-6. Internship Compensation during Summer Session
To establish a fair and equitable practice for compensating faculty who supervise approved internships during the summer session.
The following guidelines apply to faculty-supervised internships at Capital College.
- Faculty teaching/supervising undergraduate internships during the summer session [both sessions are considered as one summer session] will be compensated as follows: Number of credits [up to six credits total per undergraduate internship] times the dollar per credit hour at the summer session rate up to a maximum of 11% of the 36-week salary.
- Faculty teaching/supervising graduate internships during the summer session [both sessions are considered as one summer session for compensation purposes] will be compensated as follows: Number of credits [up to 6 credits per graduate internship] times the dollar per credit hour summer session rate up to a maximum of 11% of the 36-week salary.
- The School Director is authorized to limit the number of internships assigned to each faculty member so that the summer workload is distributed equitably.
- Faculty will be reimbursed for reasonable expenses related to site visits at the standard rates and according to the applicable University policies. Site visits should be approved in advance by the School Director.
Approved: Academic Leadership Council February 17, 2004
Forward to Faculty Senate for Consultation February 24, 2004
Revisions: Academic Council April 8, 2009