Indirect Cost Rates, Fringe Benefit Rates, Graduate Student Primary Care Fees, Postdoctoral Stipend Levels
Indirect Cost Rates
|Type of Project||On Campus Rate||Off Campus Rate|
|Industry-sponsored Clinical Trials||28%||28%|
|Other Sponsored Activities** 7/1/22-6/30/25||31%||26%|
*Research sponsored by for-profit organizations must pay the full on campus research rate.
**Other Sponsored Activities refer to program and projects financed by federal and non-federal agencies which involve the performance of work other than instruction and organized research. Examples of such programs include health service or community service projects.
Fringe Benefit Rates
|Type of Personnel||Rate|
|Personnel||48.4% (as of July 1, 2022)|
|Graduate Students||50% of Primary Care Fee (table below)|
Fringe benefits must be budgeted in grants for all SIU School of Medicine personnel who have salary being charged to the grant. Standard fringe benefits are not budgeted for graduate assistants or student workers.
Our current approved policy, set by the federal government, has established all fringe benefit rates: medical (including health, dental, and life insurance) and retirement/Medicare, as a single percentage of salary.
Current fiscal year: July 1, 2022 - June 30, 2023
Primary Care Fee for Graduate Students
|Semester||Total $ (50%)|
Principal Investigators/Project Directors also need to budget for 50% of Graduate Students/Assistants Primary Care Fee for each semester the Graduate Assistant will be employed during the life of the grant. The Primary Care Fee cannot be prorated for an assistant working a partial period of a semester. From consulting Student Health Services, SIU Carbondale's OSPA's best estimate of the relevant 50% budget figures for proposals are reflected in the table above.
Current salary base must be used for employed postdoctoral fellows.
Current Indirect Cost and Fringe Benefit Rate Agreement
The agreement dated August 1, 2022 is available below.