Tuition & Related Costs
Updated: February 22, 2012
One of the most frequent questions asked by students (and their parents) is "how much will first year tuition cost?"
In 2011/12, students paid approximately $5902 in tuition based on completion of 30 credit units.
|COMM classes (100.3, 101.3, 104.3, 105.3 and 119.3)||Tuition Category 4 x 5 class(es) = $3,420|
|MATH 121.3 or 110.3||Tuition Category 8 x 1 class(es) = $510|
|ECON 111.3 and 114.3||Tuition Category 1 x 2 class(es) = $975|
6 credits of 100 level non-Commerce electives
Tuition Category ? x 2 class(es) = $997
|Tuition for first year at Edwards = $5,902|
- Tuition Fee Schedule
- Tuition & Fee Payment
- Textbook Search - U of S Bookstore
- Health & Dental Insurance Information
- Income Tax deduction & T2202A tax receipt
- General Tuition Information
Financial AppealsStudents who have to withdraw from a class due to extenuating circumstances can request to have their tuition reviewed and possibly reduced. More information is available on the University's Financial Appeals webpage or in PAWS -- Academics Tab -- Appeals Channel.
Scholarships, Bursaries & Awards
- Edwards School of Business Scholarships, Bursaries & Awards
The Edwards School of Business Scholarship Committee administers a number of scholarships and bursaries for both entering and continuing students. Awards have specific criteria based on academic achievement, financial need, student background, and leadership skills. The awards are divided into two groups with application deadlines being March 31st and September 30th.
- University of Saskatchewan Scholarships, Bursaries & Awards
ENTERING STUDENTS CONTINUING STUDENTS
The University of Saskatchewan offers scholarships and bursaries for both entering and continuing students. Awards are open to students based on academic achievement, financial need, and contributions to school and community life. There are also awards that recognize students from particular backgrounds, acknowledge contributions to certain clubs, and reward outstanding achievement in music or athletics.
As of September 1, 2012 Saskatchewan students applying for government student loans this year will no longer need to come to Student Central to get their loans signed -- it will all be done online. A new web portal will allow them to confirm student enrolment securely. Updated information provided by the University of Saskatchewan is available at: www.students.usask.ca/loans.
Please contact Student Central if you have questions.
- Canada Student Loans
- National Student Loans Service Centre
- Saskatchewan Student Loans
- Emergency Financial Assistance
- Financial Aid Links
Other Interesting Links
- StudentAwards.com - get information on thousands of scholarships and cash rewards for free
- My Student Budget Planner - free iPhone app for creating and maintaining a budget
- Mint Canada - free android app for managing your money
- Grocery IQ - free android app for planning a grocery budget and shopping list