Advanced Education, Skills and Labour

How to Apply

By completing the full-time application and submitting all required forms and documentation, you will be assessed for federal and provincial financial assistance.

An application can only be processed if:

  • it is fully completed
  • it is received by the deadline date
  • all required forms are signed and submitted
  • all requested information has been submitted
  • your previous loans are in good standing

Assistance in Completing your Application

Before you start the application, you should:

  • Review:
    • Application Guide - for detailed information on the Canada – Newfoundland and Labrador Integrated Student Financial Assistance Program
      • 2018-2019 PDF (4.1 MB) (if your program starts after July 31, 2018)
    • Application Checklist PDF (482 KB) to determine what forms and documentation you require
    • Instructions for Completing the Application PDF (258 KB) to address specific questions on the application
  • Collect the following information:
    • Student Information
      • Social Insurance Number (SIN)
      • Line 150 of your previous year’s Income Tax Return
      • Any other financial resources or income information (RESP, investments, scholarships, etc.)
      • Complete mailing address and permanent address (if different from mailing address)
      • Employment and education history for last 5 years
    • Program Information
      • Name of Program
      • Institution Name (and campus, if applicable)
      • Start and End Dates for the current academic year
    • If Dependent Student
      • Parent(s) information (i.e., SIN, date of birth, postal code, line 150 of previous year’s Income Tax Return)
      • Brother(s)/sister(s) name and age (and SIN if attending post-secondary)
    • If Married/Common-Law Student
      • Spouse’s SIN, line 150 of previous year’s Income Tax Return, date of birth and income

Online Application

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