The Co-operative Education/Internship program strongly values the commitment that is made between students and Co-operative/Internship Employers. The withdrawal regulations are to encourage students to be accountable for their commitments, thus students cannot withdraw from a co-op/internship course (or leave a work term/placement) without permission from their faculty.
Permission is only granted in cases of serious illness, domestic affliction or for faculty approved academic issues. Students will be withdrawn from the current registered course/work term and may be removed from the co-operative/internships program. The decision to remove a student from the co-operative/internship program is at the discretion of the student’s faculty of registration.
Students who wish to withdraw should contact their faculty co-operative or internship office and set up a meeting with an advisor. The advisor will determine the appropriate course of action.