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Pomona College awards academic credit for classroom-based coursework only, which excludes internships and any other experientially-based learning activities that are not required as part of an approved course. A student who is interested in participating in an internship for which eligibility requires that the student receive credit should contact the Career Development Office (CDO). The CDO has been authorized by the faculty to assess internship options and, when warranted, approve internships to be notated as equivalent to one-half-course credit by those colleges that award credit for such work, on the student’s college academic record. Pomona College does not award graduation credit for stand-alone (non-course-based) internships, so the credit is not calculated into the student’s earned units at Pomona College.