Co-op Fee Appeal Form

Students who wish to appeal the assessment of co-op fees must complete this form.

Students are solely responsible for ensuring that their registration is complete and accurate. Co-op fee appeals will not be considered for any circumstance arising from an error on registration. Failure to attend the co-op fundamentals course (undergraduate students only) or to apply for co-op jobs is insufficient grounds for a fee appeal.

To facilitate the processing of the co-op fee appeal, official documentary evidence must be submitted. If you do not wish to submit your supporting documentation through this form, documentation can be emailed to or faxed to 519.884.8829, clearly marked "Co-op Fee Appeal." If your medical documentation is already on file at Laurier, you do not have to upload your supporting documentation in this form; rather, indicate the campus and department that is housing your supporting documentation. If you are appealing your fees based on medical grounds, the Supporting Medical Documentation Form must be completed by your attending physician (if not already on file with an approved university department) and returned as instructed on the form. 

Co-op fee appeals must be filed with the Department of Co-operative Education no later than 14 calendar days following the last day of regularly scheduled classes in the relevant term. After this time period, only tuition appeals based on medical or bereavement (accompanied by official supporting documentation) will be considered. Note: No appeal of any kind will be considered after six months from the last day of the term to which the disputed charges apply.

Review Co-op Refunds and Fee Appeals for full details on policies, procedures and deadlines, prior to completing this form.