Registration in Co-operative Education/Internship course(s) occurs when the student accepts a position with an organization and completes the Co-operative/Internship Work Term Record document on Career-Link. Students who have accepted a placement obtained through the Co-operative Education/Internship placement process are required to complete a work term record immediately according to their Faculty Co-operative Education/Internship processes. The completed work term record is used by Career Services or the relevant Internship Office to ensure the student is registered in the appropriate co-op/internship courses. The appropriate tuition fees will be payable to the Fees Office.
Students registered in a Co-operative Education or Internship course are considered full-time students by the University for the purpose of student loans, Students’ Union fees and Student Health and Dental Insurance coverage. Because of Revenue Canada’s policy regarding the Education Tax Amount, Co-operative Education and Internship students are not classified as full- or part-time on the T22 02A form issued by the University and do not qualify for the Education Tax Amount.