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 for part-time Canada Student Loans and Grants is assessed based on student income and family size. The amount of funding awarded is calculated based on education costs, including tuition, compulsory fees, learning supplies (i.e., text books and instruments), local transportation, and daycare. Eligible part-time students in Canada could get up to a maximum of $10,000 outstanding federal loans in addition to grant funding.
New for 2019-2020: The Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship is available to part-time students. To be considered eligible, students must be a Grade 12 graduate (2012 or later) and enrol in a Saskatchewan post-secondary institution. To receive the Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship of $500 each year (maximum of $2,000), students will be required to apply for a part-time student loan and complete a Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship form. Applying for a part-time student loan to access grants does not mean students have to take a loan. They can choose to receive grants only by indicating this on their part-time application form.
If you have an Advanced Education Portal account, you can upload documents to the Student Service Centre. Simply log in to your portal account and access the "Upload Document" feature.