How much will the year cost?
When considering the cost of a year at St. Peter's College, the following must be taken into consideration:
- Tuition - Costs for tuition are calculated on a category 1, 2, 3, or 4 basis. When you are looking at a course, you will note that each class has a number, such as ENG 298.3. The ".3" is the number of credit units for this class. Classes are usually 3 credits for a term class or 6 credit units for two terms (full year).
- Housing and Meals - St. Peter's College provides on-campus housing at Severin Hall. There are various healthy, balanced, hot meal plans that are available to our students. Meals are served in the dining room at 8:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m., and 6:00 p.m. Meal plans are available for those students who live off campus as well as to on-campus students.
- Parking - Electrified parking is available to students at $100.00 per school year (or $50.00 per semester).
- Textbooks - can be purchased new or used from the U of S bookstore.
- Art Supplies - are also available at our front office.
How, where, and when do I pay my fees?
What if I am a Senior Citizen or Special Status Student?
St. Peter's College will issue a Tuition and Education Credit Certificate (T2202A) for tax purposes.
If you are currently registered at St. Peter's College, you may pick up your tax certificate at the Finance Office. Otherwise, it will be mailed to the most current address on file. Tax certificates will be ready for pick up by students by the last week of February following the end of the taxation year.
If you were registered during the previous academic year, you may pick up your tax certificate at the Finance Office. Otherwise, it will be mailed to your most current permanent address on file, by the last week of February following the end of the taxation year.
Please help us by providing St. Peter's College with any address changes. It is your responsibility to keep St. Peter's College updated with your current address. All correspondence will be sent to the most current address on file.
Address changes can be sent to the Finance Office.
Scholarships from St. Peter's College
St. Peter’s College is proud to offer an excess of $70,000 in scholarships every year to our students, including entering, bridging and exiting students. This sum, combined with our small applicant base, maximizes our students’ chances of receiving our scholarships.
In addition to the number of scholarships available, the criteria for scholarships is wide ranging. Our scholarships are not given out based solely on marks. We reward community participation, leadership, and initiative. We also take into consideration the financial need of applicants when selecting our scholarship recipients. We strongly encourage all St. Peter’s College students to apply for our scholarships!
The deadline to apply for St. Peter's College Scholarships and Awards is June 22, 2018. Successful applicants will be notified in early August. St. Peter's College Scholarships and awards are presented to recipients at the Awards Ceremony on Sept. 22, 2018.
Before applying, please read through the SPC Scholarships and Awards Descriptions. This document outlines all of the scholarships we offer and the supporting documents needed for each scholarship.
When you apply for our scholarships you will be asked to provide supporting documents. These may include:
- Personal statements about community service, your career goals, and/or why you are seeking financial support
- Proof of citizenship
- Letters of recommendation
- High school or university transcripts
*Please be aware that if you are applying as a bridging or exiting student, all of these documents must be combined into one file. You need only submit one of each type of document as long as it fills criteria. Simply note which scholarship(s) that document is supporting at the top.
Another supporting document needed for some scholarships is the Financial Need Statement. Please note that this is included in our online application. You are allowed to skip this section, but this may disqualify you from some scholarships. If you do choose to fill this section out, please be prepared to estimate expenses, assets, and financial support available during your pre-study and study period. We created a quick worksheet for you to complete to help calculate your expenses. You can find the worksheet here.
The online application cannot be saved; you must finish it in one sitting. This will take approximately 30 minutes.
Click below to see the scholarships we offer!
Once you have found which scholarships you qualify for, gathered all of your documents (combined into one file if you are bridging or exiting), and have calculated your finances, click the link below to apply.
If you have any questions or need help with your application, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (306) 682-7886 for assistance.
Other Scholarship Information
All scholarships administered through the College Finance Office will be applied to any outstanding tuition and student fees. The remainder of the award, if any, will be forwarded to you by cheque.
Scholarships that cover the tuition and fees for the 1st Term of the college year will be treated as the first instalment payment. The remaining tuition and student fees will not be due until the first Friday of February.
Students who have moved on to the University of Saskatchewan or other universities and who have been awarded a St. Peter's College Scholarship will be paid via cheque. (When you apply for a scholarship, please make sure your contact information is up to date.)
University of Saskatchewan entrance scholarships will be paid to the student by cheque from the University of Saskatchewan. It is the student's responsibility to contact the University of Saskatchewan at email@example.com and tell them that you are attending St. Peter's College. Once they know you are attending St. Peter's College, they will forward your scholarship to you. Cheques will be mailed to the address listed on the student's PAWS account, unless otherwise requested. For inquiries, contact Student Central - University of Saskatchewan at 306.966.1212.
For awards based on high school achievement, averages are calculated using university entrance requirements. All upper-year awards require completion of no fewer than 24 credit units at the university level.
The Scholarship Committee reserves the right not to grant an award if criteria have not been met. Unless otherwise indicated, the scholarship or bursary will be applied to the payment of the recipient's tuition and fees. Any remaining balance will be dispersed to the student.
St. Peter's College reserves the right to release recipient information to donors, high schools, provincial funding bodies and the media. The College also reserves the right to use this information for promotional purposes.
St. Peter's College assumes liability for the payment of scholarships, bursaries and other awards only to the extent that expected gifts from donors or returns from particular investments of endowed funds are realized. The College reserves the right to make whatever changes circumstances may require, including the cancellation or addition of particular awards.
How and when do I apply for a Student Loan?
I've been approved for my Student Loan - now what?
You must now get the "Confirmation of Enrolment" portion of the Schedule 1 Loan Form signed by the Finance Officer at St. Peter's College.
Once you have registered for your classes through PAWS, bring your Schedule 1 Loan Form to the Finance Office at St. Peter's College.
Student Loan forms cannot be signed more than 30 days prior to the start date of classes.
Do I pay the College directly or is a cheque issued by Student Loans?
The total of tuition and assessed fees for first and second term courses will be input by the Finance Officer on to the schedule 1 Loan Form. Payment will then be made directly to St. Peter's College by Canada/Provincial Student Loans.
What if I need help?
Don't panic, we're here to help you. Feel free to contact Student Services if you have any questions or would like help filling out the form.
Links to Student Loans Resources