The Student Service Centre is experiencing a higher volume of loan applications, email and telephone inquiries at this time. The patience of students and their family is appreciated.
Please be reminded after your student loan application is approved, your school is required to confirm your enrolment. Once the confirmation is completed, a portion of your student loan and grant funding may be disbursed to your school for your tuition. This may take 10-14 business days. We urge you to monitor the status of your student loan by logging on to your National Student Loan Service Centre (NSLSC) account.
We encourage you to visit the canada.ca and saskatchewan.ca websites under the COVID-19 sections on both pages for current and new information about emergency supports for students.
FOR BORROWERS IN REPAYMENT: The repayment moratorium has ended and borrowers resume repayment of their student loans effective November 1, 2020. The National Student Loan Service Centre has contacted borrowers to advise of repayment obligations and options. Borrowers who are experiencing financial difficulties should contact the National Student Loan Service Centre and inquire about the Repayment Assistance Plan. Borrowers should check their student loan account or visit https://www.csnpe-nslsc.canada.ca/en/home.
The new 2020-21 Student Loan application is now available. Find more information on the upcoming student loan year here.
Apply for financial help to pay for your post-secondary education. The new 2020-21 student loan application is now available. Look for the link to the helpful video about how to apply online.
Download the student loan handbook and instructions, full-time or part-time student loan applications, supporting documents, 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.