Population: Students who have not found a Co-op
position and have not submitted a signed Student Co-op
Agreement ("Blue Form”) prior to the beginning
of the Co-op term must be identified by the end of the
second week of the first term of the Co-op period.
Students must submit a Blue Form (generated by the
Banner system, or hand-written) by the start of the
first term of the Co-op cycle.
practice: Students can petition the SCDC for Co-op
credit by the end of the second week of the first term
of the Co-op cycle.
enforce submission of the Student Co-op Agreement
(Blue Form) prior to the onset of the Co-op.
identify and award credit to students who are legitimately
searching for Co-op jobs after the beginning of the
encourage communication between the student and his
or her respective Co-op coordinator.
who have petitioned and failed to produce a Blue Form
by the end of the second week of the term of the Co-op
period will receive an NF (not finalized) mark for
that term. Credit for any future Co-op terms within
that cycle will require submission of appropriate
materials and approval. That is, job search journals
must be submitted by week eight of the second term
of Co-op (or week eight of term one if only completing
who do not submit a Blue Form by the end of the second
week and do not petition for credit by the second
week of the term of the Co-op period will receive
a Failed Work Term for both Co-op terms (one term
if 3-month Co-op)
who have not secured a Co-op and have petitioned for
credit will continue to search and receive a “Director
Approved Job Search” for one or both terms if the
documentation indicated is submitted. Students with
inadequate journals (see Coordinator for standards
of journals) will need to supply additional assignment
as indicated in the evaluation criteria to receive