Alberta Students Loan Forms
Printable forms and resources are available that may be required during the student loan application process and throughout the loan lifecycle.
Alberta Student Number (ASN)
The ASN is the single unique identifier for all Alberta learners. It is required when applying for student funding.
American Student Assistance
American Student Assistance is a non-profit organization helping students and families manage higher education debt through counseling about repayment options, information, and support throughout the loan life cycle.
There are various government benefits available if you are a parent, a student, a senior, a person with a disability, a veteran, a newcomer to Canada, an Aboriginal person or in need of social assistance.
Canada Customs & Revenue Agency
Find out line 150 of your tax return for your student loan application.
Canadian Federation of Students (CFS)
CFS offers a number of programs and services in order to meet the unique needs of students and to help students save money.
Child Care Subsidy Program
Alberta Children and Youth Services provides financial assistance to eligible low- and middle-income families using eligible day care centres, group family child, family day homes, out of school care centres, pre-schools and early childhood development programs.
Credit Counselling Services of Atlantic Canada
Supporting, Educating and Empowering financially distressed families, individuals and consumers through confidential and professional counseling, programs, services, and community outreach.
Find tools and information designed to help you avoid, manage, reduce and pay off debt and build credit.
Disability Related Employment Support Programs (DRES)
Education supports provide assistance to Albertans in overcoming disability barriers to prepare for employment through post-secondary education, basic skills training, academic upgrading, and/or labour market programs.
Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC)
An agency of the Government of Canada promoting education in personal finances and providing tips, interactive tools, publications and educational resources to deal with credit cards, bank accounts, mortgages, and other products and services.
Create a strong financial foundation with basic budgeting, saving and planning tools.
Money Mentors educate Albertans in personal money management and the wise use of credit and provides alternatives for individuals and families facing financial crisis.
Practical Money Skills
A free financial literacy program that helps Canadians understand the fundamentals of money management.
Weekly menus tailored to your needs whether you are on a budget, cooking for one, a beginner, cooking for kids, need meals fast, cooking gourmet or just want to know what’s on sale this week at your local grocery stores.
Student Lines of Credit
Student lines of credit, offered by banks, provide funding at a lower interest-rate than credit cards and are an additional resource for students.
The Debt Free Graduate
A resource website with free web resources and tools for financial advice, scholarships and awards, free stuff, travel and leisure, student discounts and savings cards, and housing.
Canada’s student, youth, educational and budget travel experts assisting 500,000 travelers every year and operating in over 50 locations on or near Canadian university and college campuses.