Once an offer of admission has been issued, the applicant will be invited to fill out a more detailed financial aid application (available at here). As well, the applicant will be required to apply for government student assistance with the relevant government office. The Financial Aid Office will process the financial aid application and students will be advised of the amount of their interest-free loans (see next section) and bursaries, if any.

The bulk of our financial aid funds are allocated through these bursaries, which are need-based. See Complete List of Bursaries and Scholarships.

Applicants should note that there are external scholarships and bursaries offered by other institutions which may have different criteria and application deadlines. Aboriginal students may be eligible for financial assistance from either the Department of Justice Canada, Department of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada or the student's home band administration office for both the Saskatchewan Program and the JD Program.