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Printable Applications and Forms

Download the student loan handbook and instructions, full-time or part-time student loan applications, supplementary and reassessment forms, and third party consent forms.


1. 2022-23 Full-Time Student Loan Application and Supporting Documents

Below are the application and supporting documents for programs starting between August 1, 2022, and July 31, 2023.

If you are applying with the paper application, please forward all documents and the completed application form in one of these ways:

  • or, if you do not have an Advanced Education Student Portal Account or you need to upload documents on behalf of the applicant, upload your documents online using the Post-Secondary Document Uploader.
  • or by mailing them to:
    Student Services Centre
    1120 - 2010 12th Avenue
    Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 0M3

Processing time for paper applications may take as long as four weeks.
Please consider applying online – it's faster!

Information to Complete the Application Forms

Application Forms

Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship Fact Sheet

Reassessment Forms

Students who require a reassessment due to a change in information should use the forms below:

For more information about what happens after you apply for a Student Loan, visit the After You Apply page.


2. Part-Time Students

The new online application for the Part-Time Loan and Grant Program is available by accessing the Government of Saskatchewan Advanced Education Student Portal.

You can apply directly online or upload your completed forms your Advanced Education Student Portal account or through the Post-Secondary Document Uploader.

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.


3. Students with Disabilities

If you are a student with a disability that restricts your physical or mental ability to perform activities necessary to participate fully in post-secondary studies, you may be eligible for additional assistance through the Canada-Saskatchewan Grant for Services and Equipment for Students with Disabilities.

To be considered for the grant, you must:

  • apply and qualify for a student loan (either full-time or part-time);
  • be studying between 20% and 59% of a full course load (full-time course load is 40% or higher; part-time course load is 20% to 39%); and
  • supply documentation verifying your disability.

To apply for the grant and for more information, please visit the Canada-Saskatchewan Grant for Services and Equipment for Students with Disabilities.

Student Aid for Students with Disabilities Fact Sheet

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