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Update On 2015 COÖP Crisis

coop info sheetBwog was recently tipped a fact sheet with information on the proposed cuts to COÖP. The text of the fact sheet is outlined below with the actual sheet after the jump.

  • Program Fee: $450
  • Participant costs per program (using 2015 expenses)
    • HOP: $464 per participant
    • ROP: $508 per participant
    • BOP: $662 per participant
  • Need-based scholarships awarded: $6800
    • Very high need students paid $225
    • High need students paid $350
    • Medium need students paid $400
    • Low need students were not given need-based scholarships
    • 41 students were awarded need-based scholarships
  • Target amount to reduce: $18,500-$22,500
  • Possible Cost Reducing Options
    • Option 1: Reduce by 50 participants (171) total
      • HOP: 66 students
      • ROP: 62 students
      • BOP: 39 students
      • Cost of participation dropped to $431
    • Option 2: Reduce by 100 participants (121) total
      • HOP: 42 students
      • ROP: 42 students
      • BOP: 28 students
      • Cost of participation dropped to $391
    • Option 3: Eliminate BOP and move participants to HOP
      • HOP: 132 students
      • ROP: 89 students
      • Drop cost to $408
    • Option 4: Eliminate swag, events, and cut misc. costs
      • Program numbers remain the same
      • Drop cost to $408

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