To qualify academically for co-op, students must maintain the annual grade-point average required of their major. Should students fail to make appropriate academic progress in their program, they might not be permitted to participate in co-op. Students may also be precluded from interviewing for co-op positions if they experience disciplinary problems or demonstrate unsatisfactory performance on an earlier co-op job. In addition, some co-op employers may require certain pre-employment and/or during-employment screenings, including physical examinations, criminal record checks, and drug testing. Failure to participate in, complete, or pass these types of qualifying screenings may impact a student’s eligibility and/or opportunity for co-op positions.