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Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans Program Administrative Guidelines

The following information applies to all post-secondary institutions (national and international institutions) with Saskatchewan students.

Educational Institution Manual

The Educational Institution Manual outlines the instructions for completing forms and other related materials pertaining to the Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans Program and Other Financial Assistance.

Saskatchewan Student Aid Administrative Guidelines

The Saskatchewan Student Aid Administrative Guidelines outline the administrative guidelines for:

  • The Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans Program (full-time loans)
  • Scholarship and Bursary Funding
  • Federal/Provincial Student Grant Program
  • Canada Student Loans Program (part-time loans)
  • Saskatchewan Student Loans Program: Lender Financed Loans
  • Saskatchewan Student Loans Program: In-House Loans

Post-Secondary Education Planning Information for Students with Disabilities

Successful transition for students with disabilities entering post-secondary education requires advanced planning with a team approach that includes students and their families, as well as high school and post-secondary education disability advisors. The Disability Advisors: Post-Secondary Planning for Students with Disabilities document outlines important information that disability advisors need to know to prepare students for post-secondary education.

Saskatchewan Designation Policy Manual

Designation is the process through which post-secondary institutions are deemed eligible to receive students who qualify for federal and provincial student loans. The Saskatchewan Designation Policy Manual outlines the full list of criteria to qualify for designation.

The Student Loans Reinstatement Form is to be used to reinstate student as full-time within 21 days of discontinuation.

Related Information

View a list of Designated Learning Institutions in Saskatchewan.

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