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  2004-05 Graduate Outcome Study Report
(Advanced Education) Every five years, the Saskatchewan Ministry of Advanced Education (the Ministry) conducts a Graduate Outcomes Study (study) of the province’s post-secondary graduates two years after they have completed their studies. The purpose of the survey is to gather information about Saskatchewan graduates’ perceptions and experiences. Information is collected on graduates’ level of satisfaction with their education, sources of financing for their education, level of education-related debt, and pre-and post-graduate mobility, as well as their education and employment outcomes.
  2009-10 Graduate Outcome Study Report
(Advanced Education) Every five years, the Saskatchewan Ministry of Advanced Education (the Ministry) conducts a Graduate Outcomes Study (study) of the province’s post-secondary graduates two years after they have completed their studies. The purpose of the survey is to gather information about Saskatchewan graduates’ perceptions and experiences. Information is collected on graduates’ level of satisfaction with their education, sources of financing for their education, level of education-related debt, and pre-and post-graduate mobility, as well as their education and employment outcomes.
  2014 Graduate Outcome Study Report
(Advanced Education) Every five years, the Saskatchewan Ministry of Advanced Education (the Ministry) conducts a Graduate Outcomes Study (study) of the province’s post-secondary graduates two years after they have completed their studies. The purpose of the survey is to gather information about Saskatchewan graduates’ perceptions and experiences. Information is collected on graduates’ level of satisfaction with their education, sources of financing for their education, level of education-related debt, and pre-and post-graduate mobility, as well as their education and employment outcomes.
  2016-17 Canada/Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loan Handbook
(Advanced Education) This handbook provides Saskatchewan students with information about assistance for the 2016-17 loan year (August 1, 2016 to July 31, 2017).
  2016-17 Canada/Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loan Instruction Guide
(Advanced Education) Information to help complete the application forms.
  2016-17 Parental Section (Appendix B)
(Advanced Education) Parental section of the student loan application for programs starting between August 1, 2016 to July 31, 2017.
  2016-17 Spousal Section (Appendix C)
(Advanced Education) Spousal section of the student loan application for programs starting between August 1, 2016 to July 31, 2017.
  2016-17 Student Loan Application (full)
(Advanced Education) Student Loan application for programs starting between August 1, 2016 to July 31, 2017.
  2017-18 Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loan Instructions
(Advanced Education) Information to help complete the application forms.
  2017-18 Parental Section (Appendix B)
(Advanced Education) Parental section of the student loan application for programs starting between August 1, 2017 to July 31, 2018.
  2017-18 Spousal Section (Appendix C)
(Advanced Education) Spousal section of the student loan application for programs starting between August 1, 2017 to July 31, 2018.
  2017-18 Student Loan Application (full)
(Advanced Education) Student Loan application for programs starting between August 1, 2017 to July 31, 2018.
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  Applicant Instructions
(Advanced Education) Help document when filling out the student loan application.
  Applicant Instructions
(Advanced Education) Help document when applying for a student loan.
  Attending Physician's Statement
(Advanced Education) If you are applying for Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans and you or your spouse are unable to work due to medical reasons, your contribution or the contribution of your spouse may be waived by submitting the Attending Physicians Statement.
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  Calendar of Support Services
(Advanced Education) This calendar can be used to keep track of the hours and cost per service used e.g., tutors, scribe, reader.
  Canada-Saskatchewan Grant for Services and Equipment for Students with Permanent Disabilities
(Advanced Education) This grant provides up to $10,000 per program year to purchase specialized education-related services and assistive equipment. The student does not have to pay the money back, if all eligibility conditions have been met.
  Consent to Release Information Form
(Advanced Education) By completing this form you authorize any individual (other than your school, the Ministry of Advanced Education and/or National Student Loans Service Centre [NSLSC]) to call either the Ministry of Advanced Education and/or NSLSC, on your behalf regarding your student loan account. By naming the individual below, both the Ministry of Advanced Education and/or NSLSC will recognize that the named individual has your permission to call and inquire on your student loan.
  Consent to Release Information Form
(Advanced Education) By completing this form you authorize any individual (other than your school, the Ministry of Advanced Education and/or National Student Loans Service Centre [NSLSC]) to call either the Ministry of Advanced Education and/or NSLSC, on your behalf regarding your student loan account. By naming the individual below, both the Ministry of Advanced Education and/or NSLSC will recognize that the named individual has your permission to call and inquire on your student loan.
  Consent to Release Information Form - GRP
(Advanced Education) By completing this form you authorize any individual to call Student Service Centre, on your behalf, regarding the status of your eligibility for any of the following graduate tax benefit programs: • Graduate Retention Program (GRP); • Graduate Tax Exemption (GTE); or • Graduate Tax Credit (GTC).
  Credit Check Fact Sheet
(Advanced Education) If you are 22 years of age or older and are applying for a Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loan and Grants for the first time, your credit history for the past three years will be checked before you are awarded financial assistance.
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  French Scholarship Application
(Advanced Education) Applicants use the same form to apply for both the Federal-Provincial Fellowship Scholarship and the Travel Scholarship.
  French Scholarship Confirmation of Enrolment
(Advanced Education) In addition to the completed application form, students need to forward a copy of their Social Insurance Number (SIN), and a confirmation of enrolment from their school.
  French Scholarship Direct Deposit Form
(Advanced Education) To receive scholarship funding, a Direct Deposit form must be completed and submitted.
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  General Instructions
(Advanced Education) General help when applying for a student loan.
  General Instructions
(Advanced Education) General help when applying for a student loan.
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  Job Search Form
(Advanced Education) For students applying for, or currently receiving, Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans. This form is used to document your or your spouse's job search activities during your pre-study or study period.
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  Parental Instructions
(Advanced Education) Help document when completing the Parental Section of the student loan application.
  Parental Instructions
(Advanced Education) Help document when completing the Parental Section of the student loan application.
  Portal Account Need Help
(Advanced Education) Help with your portal account.
  Program Extension Form
(Advanced Education) Post-secondary extensions of less than six weeks.
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  Queen Elizabeth II Centennial Aboriginal Scholarship Letter of Reference
(Advanced Education) The two reference letters are to be from persons who can critically assess your intellectual and scholarly strengths (potential and demonstrated), as well as your personal qualifications, strengths, and achievements that, collectively, describe the exceptional attributes suited for this scholarship. At least one letter must be from a current, or former, university professor and the letters (using the approved form on the web site) must be received in a sealed envelope with the referee’s signature across the seal.
  Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship Letter of Reference
(Advanced Education) Letters of reference are required from three persons familiar with the student's academic work when applying for this scholarship.
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  Reduce Income Statement for Married Students
(Advanced Education) The purpose of this form is to determine as close as possible what your gross income will be in the current taxation year. If this gross income will be less than the gross income as shown on Line 150 of last year’s income tax form, contributions can be recalculated using the lower income.
  Reduce Income Statement for Parents
(Advanced Education) The purpose of this form is to determine as close as possible what your gross income will be in the current taxation year. If this gross income will be less than the gross income as shown on Line 150 of last year’s income tax form, the parental contribution can be recalculated using the lower income.
  Returns to Education: International and National Evidence
(Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy) In Briefing Note #19, Jim Marshall reveals a striking portrait of the private and public returns to education in Saskatchewan and across Canada by level, gender, region, ethnicity and field of study.
  Revised Program Information Form
(Advanced Education) This form is used when your program information is changed.
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  Scholarship of Honour Direct Deposit Form
(Advanced Education) To receive scholarship funding, a Scholarship of Honour Direct Deposit form must be completed and submitted.
  Spousal Instructions
(Advanced Education) Help document when completing the Parental Section of the student loan application.
  Spousal Instructions
(Advanced Education) Help document when completing the Spousal Section of the student loan application.
  Standard Costs and Frequency of Entitlement
(Advanced Education) Extensive list of the services and/or equipment covered by this grant.
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  Verification of Permanent Disability Form
(Advanced Education) This form is to be completed by a qualified practitioner (i.e., medical doctor) for the purpose of determining eligibility for permanent disability status for: • Canada – Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans for full-time and part-time studies; • Canada Student Grant for Students with Permanent Disabilities; and • Canada-Saskatchewan Grant for Services and Equipment for Students with Permanent Disabilities.
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