Please follow the link to the fee schedule for your program.
|All co-op students pay an administrative fee in addition to regular tuition. This fee helps the University to recover a portion of the cost of maintaining and promoting the co-op programs. Administrative costs include salaries, travel expenses, telephone charges, promotional materials and other expenses.|
|On average, Arts Co-op and Science Co-op students receive lower salaries and work fewer weeks each term than Business and Economics Co-op students. They complete fewer work terms than students in other undergraduate co-op programs and are expected to participate to a greater extent in the job search process. For these reasons, they are charged lower fees.|
|The co-op fee is not an employment fee, and is payable whether or not you obtain an approved work term position. For the Waterloo campus, fees are payable through Service Laurier located at 202 Regina Street. For the Brantford campus, fees are payable through Service Laurier Brantford, which is located in Grand River Hall.|
|Each May, the university reviews the fees. When the university increases the fee, the increase first appears in your bill for the fall term. Information about co-op fees for the current academic year can be found in the documents below.|
|Business and Mathematics, Business and Computing Double Degree; Laurier and Waterloo, Co-op Fees, 2015-2016
|Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Finance (MFIN) Co-op Fees, 2015-2016
|Professional Experience Program (PEP) fees, 2015-2016|