Student Loans

Provincial Student Funding Office & Lender Contacts

We realize that sometimes you have a question about your student loan application that the Student Awards and Financial Aid Office just can’t answer. If you have a question about your application or appeal for student loan or grant funding, you may need to contact your provincial student finance office.

We also realize you may need to contact your lender(s). Students are responsible for keeping their student loans in good standing and for providing their lender with up-to-date contact information.

While Mount Royal is not directly affiliated with any of the provincial funding offices or lenders, we have provided you with a list of contact information, by province, to help you reach the appropriate office(s). 

Application Information / Apply Online:

Student Aid Alberta

Questions about your Application?:
Contact Student Aid Alberta Service Centre

Contacting your Lender(s):
If you are a full-time student and a resident of Alberta, you will have to repay two loans. Your federal loan will have to be repaid to National Student Loan Service Centre, and the provincial loan will have to be repaid to Student Aid Alberta

Students applying for full-time student assistance through the province of British Columbia must have an Appendix 3 completed as a part of their student loan application.

Application Information / Apply Online:
Student Aid B.C.

Questions about your Application?:
Student Services Branch

Contacting your Lender(s)
If you are a full-time student and a resident of British Columbia, you will have to repay two loans. Your federal loan will have to be repaid to National Student Loan Service Centre, and the provincial loan will have to be repaid to StudenAid BC

Application Information / Apply Online:

Manitoba Student Aid

Questions about your Application?:
Student Aid Branch

Contacting your Lender(s):
If you are a full-time student and a resident of Manitoba, you will have to repay two loans. Your federal loan will have to be repaid to National Student Loan Service Centre, and your provincial loan will have to be repaid to the Manitoba Student Aid Branch that cashed your provincial student loan.

Students applying for full-time student assistance through Newfoundland and Labrador must be enrolled in 80% of a full course load to receive a Newfoundland student loan.

Students will continue to be eligible for only the Canada Student Loan portion of their student loan when registered in 60% of a full-course load.

All courses must be part of the program from which the student will graduate and cannot include courses for which they have already received credit.

A "Program Cost Form" must be completed by the Student Awards and Financial Aid Office and included with the loan application.

Application Information / Apply Online:
Student Financial Services

Questions about your Application?:
Student Financial Services

Contacting your Lender(s):
If you are a full-time student and a resident of Newfoundland / Labrador, you will only repay one loan to the National Student Loans Service Centre.

Students applying for full-time student assistance through the province of New Brunswick must have the "Request for Program Information" form completed as a part of their student loan application.

Application Information / Apply Online:
Student Financial Services

Questions about your Application?:
Student Financial Services

Contacting your Lenders(s):
If you are a full-time student and a resident of New Brunswick, you will only repay one loan to the National Student Loans Service Centre.

Students applying for full-time student assistance through the Northwest Territories must have a "Form D" completed as a part of their student loan application. These forms can be printed off of the NWT student funding Web site.

Application Information / Apply Online:
Student Financial Assistance

Questions about your Application?:
Student Financial Assistance

Contacting your Lender(s):
If you are full-time student and a resident of NWT, you should contact your provincial Student Assistance Office for more information.

Students applying for full-time student assistance through the province of Nova Scotia must have a "Confirmation of Enrolment" form completed as a part of their student loan application.

Application Information / Apply Online

Questions about your Application?:
Student Assistance Office

Contacting your Lender(s):
If you are a full-time student and a resident of Nova Scotia, you will have to repay two loans. Your federal loan will have to be repaid to National Student Loan Service Centre, and the provincial loan will have to be repaid to the financial institution that cashed your provincial student loan.

Application Information / Apply Online

Questions about your Application?:
Financial Assistance for Nunavut Students

Federal and Provincial:
If you are full-time student and a resident of Nunavut, you should contact your provincial Student Assistance Office for more information.

Ontario residents need to apply for Ontario/Canada funding online.

Once the student funding application has been received by the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP), you will need to send us the "Program Information Form" to the Student Awards and Financial Aid Office. The form will be filled out and mailed back to Ontario on the student's behalf.

Application Information / Apply Online

Questions about your Application?:
Student Support Branch

Contacting your Lender(s):
If you are a full-time student and a resident of Ontario, you will only repay one loan to the National Student Loans Service Centre.

Application Information / Apply Online

Questions about your Application?:
Student Financial Services

Contacting your Lender(s):
If you are a full-time student and a resident of Prince Edward Island, you will have to repay two loans. Your federal loan will have to be repaid to National Student Loan Service Centre, and the provincial loan will have to be repaid to the financial institution that cashed your provincial student loan.

Once a student has been approved for funding through the province of Quebec, their student loan certificates will be mailed directly to Student Awards and Financial Aid where they are to be picked up by the student.

Application Information / Apply Online

Questions about your Application?:
Service de l’accueil et des remseognements

Contacting your Lender(s):
If you are full-time student and a resident of Quebec, you should contact your provincial Student Assistance Office for more information.

Students applying for full-time financial assistance through the province of Saskatchewan must have a "Course Information Form" completed as a part of their student loan application.

Application Information / Apply Online

Questions about your Application?:
Student Financial Assistance Branch

Contacting your Lender(s):
If you are a full-time student and a resident of Saskatchewan, you will only repay one loan to the National Student Loans Service Centre.

Students applying for full-time student assistance through the Yukon Territory may be eligible for grant funding. In order to be considered, a student must be full-time and not be receiving any other funding.

If the student is approved for Yukon grant funding, his/her cheque will be mailed to the Student Awards and Financial Aid Office (Room E102).

If students find the Yukon grant funding insufficient to cover the costs associated with their program of study and living expenses, they may also apply for student loan funding. Often students in high cost programs (aviation, massage therapy, etc.) find this form of funding necessary to offset the cost of their program.

Application Information / Apply Online

Questions about your Application?:
Student Financial Assistance

Contacting your Lender(s):
If you are a full-time student and a resident of the Yukon, you will have to repay two loans. Your federal loan will have to be repaid to National Student Loan Service Centre, and the provincial loan will have to be repaid to the financial institution that cashed your provincial student loan.