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  Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans application for Full-Time Post-Secondary Students 2015-16
For courses beginning August 1, 2015 to July 31, 2016. The Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans Program offers needs based supplement to your existing resources to help you fund your education. The program provides combined federal and provincial funding to eligible applicants.
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  Application for Designation for the International Student Program
All post-secondary institutions who would like to host international students must complete the Application for Designation for the International Student Program.
  Application for Recission
Any trade union or person directly concerned by an order or decision of the Labour Relations Board made pursuant to clause 5(a)(b)© of theTrade Union Act may apply to the board for an order rescinding that order or decision.
  Application for Recission Alleging Fraud
An application to the Labour Relations Board pursuant to Section 16 of the Trade Union Act
  Application For Reinstatement
For any Trade Union person to apply to the Labour Relations Board for an order determining if an employee was discharged in violation of the Act, requiring the employer to reinstate the employee.
  Attending Physician's Statement
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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  Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loan Application for Full-time students 2014-2015
For courses beginning August 1, 2014 to July 31, 2015. The Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans Program offers needs based supplement to your existing resources to help you fund your education. The program provides combined federal and provincial funding to eligible applicants.
  Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loan Application-Parental Section 2014-2015
For courses beginning between August 1, 2014 and July 31, 2015. The Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans Program offers a needs based supplement to your existing resources to help you fund your education. As a dependent student, your parents', guardian's or official sponsor's income will be considered in determining your financial need.
  Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loan Application-Parental Section 2015-2016
For courses beginning between August 1, 2015 and July 31, 2016. The Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans Program offers a needs based supplement to your existing resources to help you fund your education. As a dependent student, your parents', guardian's or official sponsor's income will be considered in determining your financial need.
  Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loan Application-Spousal Section 2014-2015
For courses beginning August 1, 2014 to July 31, 2015. The Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans Program offers needs based supplement to your existing resources to help you fund your education. As a married or common-law student, your spouse's/partner's income will be considered in determining your financial need.
  Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loan Application-Spousal Section 2015-2016
For courses beginning August 1, 2015 to July 31, 2016. The Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans Program offers needs based supplement to your existing resources to help you fund your education. As a married or common-law student, your spouse's/partner's income will be considered in determining your financial need.
  Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans - School and Program Codes 2013-2014
For courses beginning August 1, 2013 to July 31, 2014. If you plan on enrolling as a full-time student at the University of Regina, University of Saskatchewan, or any SIAST campus, refer to the School and Program Codes when completing the Program Information section of the Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans Application.
  Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans - School and Program Codes 2014-15
For courses beginning August 1, 2014 to July 31, 2015. If you plan on enrolling as a full-time student at the University of Regina, University of Saskatchewan, or any SIAST campus, refer to the School and Program Codes when completing the Program Information section of the Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans Application.
  Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans Consent to Release Information 2014-2015
For courses beginning between August 1, 2014 and July 31, 2015. By completing this form, you authorize Saskatchewan Student Services Centre and/or National Student Loans Service Centre to release personal and financial information regarding your student loan account(s) to the individual noted on the document. This form is not intended to substitute for a Power of Attorney.
  Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans Consent to Release Information 2015-2016
For courses beginning between August 1, 2015 and July 31, 2016. By completing this form, you authorize Saskatchewan Student Services Centre and/or National Student Loans Service Centre to release personal and financial information regarding your student loan account(s) to the individual noted on the document. This form is not intended to substitute for a Power of Attorney.
  Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans Program Instruction Guide for Full-time Students 2015-16
Provides information on the Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans Program and instructions for completing the application.
  Canada-Saskatchewan Student Grant - Calendar for Support Services
Form is used to keep track of the hours and cost per service used e.g., tutors, scribe, reader, for students who are receiving the Canada Study Grant and Saskatchewan Student Grant for the Accommodation of Students with Permanent Disabilities.
  Canada-Saskatchewan Student Grant for Services and Equipment for Persons with Permanent Disabilities - Application Form
The Canada Student Grant and Saskatchewan Student Grant may provide up to a combined amount of $10,000 to cover approved education related expenses for services and equipment directly related to a disability.
  Canada-Saskatchewan Student Grant for Services and Equipment for Persons with Permanent Disabilities - Consent to Share Information Form 2014-2015
Consent to Share Information Form should accompany your application for the Student Grant for Services and Equipment for Persons with Permanent Disabilities if you want your educational institution to share information with Saskatchewan Student Services Centre for the purpose of administering this grant
  Canada-Saskatchewan Student Grant for Services and Equipment for Persons with Permanent Disabilities - Consent to Share Information Form 2015-16
Consent to Share Information Form should accompany your application for the Student Grant for Services and Equipment for Persons with Permanent Disabilities if you want your educational institution to share information with Saskatchewan Student Services Centre for the purpose of administering this grant.
  Change in Information Form
This form is used to change information on your Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loan application.
  Common-Law Relationship Declaration
To declare a common-law relationship in reassesment of your Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loan.
  Confirmation of Enrolment - Canada-Saskatchewan Grant for Services and Equipment for Students with Permanent Disabilities
This completed form confirms enrolment for the Canada/Saskatchewan Student Grant for Services and Equipment for Persons with Permanent Disabilities only. The regular process must continue to be followed to confirm enrolment for student loan purposes.
  Confirmation of Investments
If you are applying for Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loan, this form is completed by your financial institution to confirm any non-redeemable investments and/or penalties associated with liquidating these assets.
  Confirmation of Need - Canada-Saskatchewan Grant for Services and Equipment for Students with Permanent Disabilities
This form is to be used to confirm the Grant Need for Services and Equipment for Students with Permanent Disabilities.
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  Dependent Children Declaration
To declare full-time custody of dependent children not listed on the student's health card to be included in the assessment of your Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loan.
  Dependent Children Over 18 Declaration
To declare dependent children that are 18 years of age or older to be included in the assessment of your Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loan.
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  Graduate Retention Program Application
The Graduate Retention Program rewards graduates living in Saskatchewan by providing rebate up to $20,000. To be eligible, you have to live and file an income tax return in Saskatchewan. You must apply for the Graduate Retention Program within seven years of graduation. Most Saskatchewan post-secondary institutions apply for the GRP on your behalf. If your post-secondary school doesn't, you must submit an application, along with a copy of your certificate, diploma, or degree.
  Graduate Tax Benefit Programs - Consent to Release Information
Consent for a third party to request information pertaining to your graduate tax benefit on your behalf.
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  Loan Forgiveness for Nurses and Nurse Practitioners Application Form
The Saskatchewan Student Loan Forgiveness for Nurses and Nurse Practitioners program encourages nurses and nurse practitioners to work in smaller communities. As a nurse or nurse practitioner, you could receive up to $4,000 per year in Saskatchewan Student Loan forgiveness to a maximum of $20,000 over five years.
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  Parental Separation
To declare dependent children receiving student financial assistance upon parental separation.
  Part-time Canada Student Loan and/or Grant Application
If you plan on studying part-time (between 20 and 59 percent) and require financial assistance, you will need to apply for a Part-time Canada Student Loan. While part-time student loans are federal, Student Services Centre is responsible for processing the part-time application.
  Practicum/Internship Form
Students receiving Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans who will be completing a practicum or internship and require an allowance must complete and submit this form once they know the dates and locations of their practicum/internship.
  Program Information Form
The purpose of this form is to provide information on costs and the study period dates of the student’s program. This form does not confirm enrolment.
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  Queen Elizabeth II Centennial Aboriginal Scholarship - Application
The Queen Elizabeth II Centennial Aboriginal Scholarship is a $20,000 scholarship awarded annually on the basis of academic excellence to First Nations and Métis students pursuing graduate and post-graduate studies in any field at an accredited Saskatchewan university.
  Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship - Application
The scholarship is to be awarded annually for graduate or post-graduate study of Saskatchewan politics and government at either of Saskatchewan's universities on the basis of academic excellence. The scholarship amount of $10,000 will be awarded to one student or split between equally deserving candidates.
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  Reduced Income Statement
If you are a dependent student applying for a Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loan and your parents' 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 by submitting this completed form.
  Reply
For use by an employer directly affected by an application to the Labour Relations Board to reply to the application.
  Revised Program Information
This form is used when your program information is changed.
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  Saskatchewan Designation Policy Manual
The Saskatchewan Designation Policy Manual outlines the policies governing the designation of educational institutions for Saskatchewan student financial assistance.
  Saskatchewan Student Grant for Part-time Studies - Confirmation of Enrolment
This completed form confirms that the student is enrolled as a part-time student for the purposes of the Saskatchewan Student Grant for Part-time Studies only. The regular process must continue to be followed to confirm enrolment for student loan purposes.
  Scholarship of Honour - Confirmation of Enrolment
All applicants must have their institution complete the Confirmation of Enrolment.
  Scholarship of Honour - Family Member Application
This $5,000 scholarship recognizes Saskatchewan men and women who have served in operations with the Canadian Forces and the families of those who have been severely injured or have made the ultimate sacrifice. Spouses and children of a permanently disabled of deceased soldier should use the Family Member Application.
  Scholarship of Honour - Member Application
This $5,000 scholarship recognizes Saskatchewan men and women who have served in operations with the Canadian Forces and the families of those who have been severely injured or have made the ultimate sacrifice. Soldiers applying for the Scholarship of Honour should use the Member Application.
  Separation Declaration
To declare dependent children upon parental separation of the student receiving assistance.
  Student Loans Reinstatement Form
The Student Loans Reinstatement Form is to be used to reinstate student as full-time within 21 days of discontinuation.
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  Third-Party Pick-up Consent
Consent to have a third-party pick up documentation pertaining to your Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loan on your behalf.
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