2.1 Counseling Interns and Practicum Students
Counseling interns, master's level and/or licensure candidates, may be hosted in the WJU Student Counseling Service by the Approved Licensed Professional Supervisor when a formal agreement is entered into with an institution of higher learning and/or individual that encompasses the supervisee's responsibility to maintain liability insurance coverage at a minimum of one million dollars, the supervisee accepts full accountability for all liability of their practice, and that WJU may terminate any such agreement with or without stated cause at anytime without notice. Recording, audio and/or visual, of student counseling sessions is not allowed by the WJU Student Counseling Service
Practicum and Intern students refer to graduate students in counseling or social work programs. Practicum tend to occur mid curriculum and internships occur at the end of the curriculum
The LPC/ALPS will negotiate recruits for such roles, complete contracts or memorandums of agreement with the universities and ensure that candidates are processed through WJU HR for background check clearance and to validate liability insurance coverage
2.4 University policies and procedures are established to provide guidance and function as guidelines for administration of the University; in addition to offer letters and benefits enrollment forms, they are not intended to create a contract, nor are they to be constructed to constitute contractual obligations of any kind or a contract of employment between Wheeling Jesuit University and any of its employees.
2.5 No manager or employee of Wheeling Jesuit University shall have the authority to enter into an employment agreement - express or implied - with any employee providing for employment other than at-will absent the approval of the University President.