Need help paying for school? Student loans help make post-secondary education more affordable. The Government of Canada and the Government of Saskatchewan work together to provide student financial assistance for post-secondary students. Loans, grants, and bursaries are available to help full and part-time students access and afford post-secondary education.
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
Visit the Student Student Financial Assistance Estimator to estimate your annual student loan and grant amounts.
Apply for financial help to pay for your post-secondary education.
Download full-time or part-time student loan applications, reassessment forms, and third party consent forms.
Information about receiving, managing, and repaying your Student Loan.
Learn about the Saskatchewan Student Loan Forgiveness Program for Nurses and Nurse Practitioners which encourages health professionals to work in rural and remote areas of the province.
If you know someone is providing false information when receiving a Saskatchewan Student loan, please contact Audit Services.