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Co-op and Industrial Experience Fees

**Please note this NEW fee structure applies to students admitted as of Fall 2017**

**This fee structure is subject to change without notice**

Co-op and Industrial Experience students are obliged to pay Co-op fees, in addition to their regular tuition and fees, to cover in part the administrative costs particular to Co-op. This fee is currently $185 per term.

Please note that Co-op and Industrial Experience fees are non-refundable. Students who withdraw from the Co-op program must do so prior to May 1st, September 1st or January 1st. Once withdrawals are processed, no future fees will be charged.

Co-op

For undergraduate students admitted to a Co-op program, the Co-op fee is normally payable in each of the first eight (8) terms, in which the student either enrolls in any number of courses or is on a work term, for a total fee of $1,480. Students requiring fewer than the normal number of terms to complete their programs in the Co-op format will be charged double fees for some terms. All students are subject to the same total fee of $1,480. The last Co-op fee is charged either prior to or in the term when the last work term is scheduled.

Graduate students are required to pay four (4) Co-op fees, for a total of $740. The fees will begin upon admission to Co-op and the last fee will be charged during the work term. For example, for one work term, graduate students pay $185 x 4 = $740.

Industrial Experience

The fees will begin upon admission to Co-op and the last fee will be charged during the work term.

Undergraduate Industrial Experience students pay four fees of $185 in addition to their regular tuition and fees (i.e. 4 x $185 = $740 plus regular tuition and fees).

Graduate Industrial Experience students pay four fees of $185 in addition to their regular tuition and fees including the 9 academic credit course (i.e. 4 x $185 = $740 plus regular tuition and fees including the 9 academic credit course).



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