This descriptive aimed to determine the attitude of 60 general education students randomly chosen from the membership file of the AGES (Association of General Education Students) towards cooperative learning strategies as practiced in the classroom. These respondents were categorized according to sex, age and number of siblings. The Siebold T. Checklist which was modified and validated served as the instrument of the study. The statistics employed for descriptive analysis were the frequency count, percentage, rank and mean. For the inferential statistics, nominal by nominal measure was employed to determine if there was a signifant difference on he attitude of the learners towards cooperative learning activities. Mann-Whitney U, Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test and Kruskal-Wallis Test were also utilized for inferential analysis to test for independent samples and significant differences. Results indicated that the respondents agree in the use of cooperative learning strategy regardless of sex, age and number of siblings. Further, there were no significant differences in the attitude of the respondents using the same variables stipulated in the descriptive results. Hencee, the Null hypothesis was accepted.