Important Dates FAQ
I. When are applications for co-op work terms due?
The end of the first week of classes of a semester, students must submit their applications for work terms during the next semester. For example if a student wants to be placed with a co-op employer (work term) for the Spring/Summer semester (May - August), then he or she must apply no later than the end of the first week of classes in the Winter semester (January - April).
II. When are Double Work Term Request Forms due?
By the end of the second week of the second term of a double work term, students must submit a completed Double Work Term Request form accompanied by an up-to-date Academic Plan.
III. When are Work Term Reports due?
Work term reports must be submitted to UR Course by the official last day of classes in the semester (as specified in the Undergraduate Calendar and Course Catalog). For example, if your work term runs from the beginning of September to the end of December, then your report is due by the last official day of classes in December.
A work term report will be evaluated within 7 to 10 days of its receipt and a grade for the report will be entered in the same semester that the report was submitted. For example, if you submitted a report by the last official day of classes in December, your grade will be entered in December. A student whose report requires revisions will be notified and must submit a revised report in the next semester by the second Friday after the first day of classes (as specified in the Undergraduate Calendar and Course Catalog) unless the next semester begins on a Monday, then the revised report will be due by the first Friday after the first day of classes. A revised reports will be evaluated within 7 to 10 days of its receipt and a grade change form will be submitted to the Registrar. A student whose report requires even further revisions will be dealt with on a case by case basis.
IV. When are Job Site Visit Forms due?
By the fourth week of a work term, you must submit a Job Site Visit form to the Co-op Office.
Students who fail to meet the deadline will receive a bill from the Co-op Office and the department Co-op Academic Coordinator will follow up.
V. When do job site visits start?
By the end of the second month of a work term, job site visits should be starting. If, by the middle of the third month, you haven't received a notification, contact the Co-op Office and the departmental Co-op Academic Coordinator.