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Printable Applications

Download full-time or part-time student loan applications, forms for students with disabilities, reassessment forms, and third party consent forms.


March 22, 2017 Update

Student Loan program changes announced on March 22, 2017 will take effect in the new student loan year, beginning on August 1, 2017:

  • NEW up-front grants of up to $1,000: replaces the current provincial grant and bursary program. Combined with federal grants, students could receive up to $4,000 in grant assistance.
  • Simpler student loan application: fixed student contributions ranging from $0 to $3,000.


The 2017-18 student loan application and supporting documents will be available on July 1, 2017.

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1. 2016-17 Full-Time Student Loan Application and Supporting Documents

Below is the application and supporting documents for programs starting between August 1, 2016 to July 31, 2017.

If you are applying with the paper application, please forward all documents and the completed application form to: 

Student Services Centre
1120 - 2010 12th Avenue

Regina, Saskatchewan  S4P 0M3

Fax: (306) 787-1608

Please note that the processing time for paper applications may take as long as four weeks. Please consider applying online - it's faster!

Information to Complete the Application Forms

Application Forms

Reassessment Forms

Students who require a reassessment due to a change in information should use the forms below:

To find out more information about what happens after you apply for a Student Loan, visit the After You Apply page.

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2. 2015-16 Full-Time Student Loan Application and Supporting Documents

Below is the application and supporting documents for programs starting between August 1, 2015 to July 31, 2016.

If you are applying with the paper application, please forward all documents and the completed application form to: 

Student Services Centre
1120 - 2010 12th Avenue
Regina, Saskatchewan  S4P 0M3

Fax: (306) 787-1608

Information to Complete the Application Forms

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Application Forms

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Reassessment Forms

Students who require a reassessment due to a change in information should use the forms below:

To find out more information about what happens after you apply for a Student Loan, visit the After You Apply page.

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3. Part-Time Students

Assistance is available for part-time students taking between 20% and 59% of a full course load. Below is the application for part-time students. Eligibility information is included in the Part-Time Student Loan and Grant Application Form.

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4. Students with Permanent Disabilities

If you are a student with a permanent disability that restricts your physical or mental ability to perform activities necessary to participate fully in post-secondary studies,  you may be eligible for additional assistance through the Canada-Saskatchewan Grant for Services and Equipment for Students with Permanent Disabilities.

To be considered for the grant, you must:
  • apply and qualify for a student loan (either full-time or part-time);
  • be studying between 40% and 59% of a full course load; and
  • supply documentation verifying your permanent disability. 

To apply for the grant and for more information, please visit the Canada-Saskatchewan Grant for Services and Equipment for Students with Permanent Disabilities

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