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Co-op Fees

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Salary Averages

Relevant up to the last fiscal year.

Why does Co-op/Internship cost money?

All across Canada, co-op/internship programs have established fees. These fees help Lassonde recover some of the costs incurred while running, maintaining and promoting the co-op programs. Most students recover these costs within their first paycheck. Your fees contribute to:

  • Interview preparation
  • Access to an exclusive job board
  • Organizing & scheduling job interviews
  • Liaising between you and your employers
  • Conducting employer/employee evaluations
  • Providing resume critiques & career advising
  • Improving and ensuring a smooth Co-op experience
  • Monitoring jobs to ensure quality and safety standards

Co-op Fees

Registration

Non-refundable, one-time fee charged upon acceptance.

$200.00

Lassonde Work Term

Fee charged per every 4-month work-term.

$500

COOP 2100 2.0

A one-time fee. Regular tuition fees apply & are subject to change without notice.

Domestic: $772.04

International: $1882.24

COOP 3100 2.0

A one-time fee. Regular tuition fees apply & are subject to change without notice.

Domestic: $772.04

International: $1882.24

Internship Fees

Registration

Non-refundable, one-time fee charged upon acceptance.

$200.00

Lassonde Work Term

Fee charged per every 4-month work-term in your 1st & 2nd work periods.

$500

Am I eligible for OSAP during a work term?

You are not eligible for OSAP during a work term. Contact the Financial Aid office with any further questions.

Is my OSAP affected if I participate in co-op?

Yes.

However, if your work-term is 8 months or longer, you may be eligible to enter interest-free status. You can contact Registrarial Services or apply here.

What are the additional fees for the program and why do we pay them?

The Co-op/Internship fees allow students to participate in the co-op program and benefit from the services provided by the co-op office (training, workshops, professional resume services, etc.). This fee also covers registration in co-op work term courses.

There is a $200 fee for applying and being in the co-op program. Students must pay an additional fee beginning with the session prior to their first work term and for every subsequent work term thereafter.

During a work term, you only pay the co-op fees, unless you are registered in a course as well.

The co-op fees are set each spring by the Registrar’s Office.

When are Co-op/Internship fees due?

Co-op fees are due at the same time as tuition fees. Check the list of important dates and deadlines to find out when that is. Payments and late fees are handled by Financial Services.

Average Earnings

CIVIL ENGINEERING
$15 - $27.26
COMPUTER ENGINEERING
$15 - $29.05
COMPUTER SCIENCE
$17.18 - $28.22
COMPUTER SECURITY
$18 - $28.22
DIGITAL MEDIA
$16.24
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
$15 - $33
GEOMATICS ENGINEERING
$16
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
$15 - $33.87
SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
$16 - $29
SPACE ENGINEERING
$15 - $26.33