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Undergraduate Co-op Appeal

Students can appeal for an exception to the standard Steinbright Career Development Center policies if there are significant extenuating circumstances (medical, academic, financial, etc.) sufficient to warrant review.

Appeals should be discussed with the student’s assigned co-op advisor prior to submission and then submitted directly to the co-op advisor. The co-op advisor will guide the student and determine if an appeal is warranted. All submitted appeals will be reviewed by the Co-op Appeals Committee.

Appeals should be a one-page formal letter explaining the extenuating circumstances (medical, academic, financial, etc.) sufficient to warrant an exception to standard policies and include the following information: name, student ID number, major, current co-op cycle, and reason for appeal.

Students should include supporting documentation, such as plan of study, letter of support from academic departments, etc., as applicable. The Appeals Committee meets as needed to review completed appeals and make decisions accordingly. Students will be notified via email of appeal decisions.