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.
Helpful information for students prior to applying for a student loan. Includes general student loan information, eligibility criteria, and more.
Apply for a Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loan online.
Download full-time or part-time student loan applications, forms for students with disabilities, reassessment forms, and third party consent forms.
Once you apply for a student loan to help pay for your post-secondary education, you will receive a notice of assessment that details the type of funding you are eligible to receive. Find out more about the student loan application process.
Information on what you are required to do to keep your interest-free status and stay eligible for future funding.
Six months after you have completed full-time study, whether you have graduated, transferred to part-time studies, withdrawn, or you are taking time off from your studies, you will need to begin repaying your student loan. Information on repaying your student loan.
If you know someone is providing false information when receiving a Saskatchewan Student loan, please contact Audit Services.
Learn about the Saskatchewan Student Loan Forgiveness Program for Nurses and Nurse Practitioners to encourages health professionals to work in rural and remote areas of the province.