Office of Cooperative Education
526 E. 14th St.
Laura Bickert Ciarlello
Career Counselor and Co-op Advisor
An undergraduate student can take advantage of the co-op program, and still graduate in a four year time frame.
Students are compensated by their co-op employers while attending co-op. Co-op students may choose from a large number of local, regional, national or international corporations for their work experience. The co-op program is cost-free— you do not pay tuition during the co-op periods.
The Co-op Office will, if you wish, attempt to place you close to home to save the cost of room and board during your co-op periods. Widener faculty and staff actively supervise the program to make sure that it meets our high standards.
GPA Average: 3.3
The average annualized wage for co-op students:
Average Annualized Wages
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