Failure of Co-op
Students can fail co-op for a variety of reasons. These reasons include, but are not limited to:
- Failure to register an approved co-op position
- Failure to complete the Employment Summary and Planner to finalize co-op credit
- Termination of a co-op experience
A failure is designated by "NCU" on the transcript, which stands for "No Co-op Units." Since co-op is a graduation requirement in a student's plan of study, the student will be required to complete an additional co-op experience. A replacement co-op cycle will be added one year from the student's originally scheduled co-op cycle. Changes to plans of study may result in billing implications. Should a student fail co-op, that student is not entitled to a change of co-op cycle, a refund, or adjustment of tuition.
Philadelphia, PA 19104
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