Degree Partnership programs

Student Loans

BC Residents (Full-Time)

Where do I apply ?

You apply through the school where you are registered in the most credits/units for the term you are applying for.  This is considered your home school.  If you are registered in the same number of credits/units at each school, your home school will be the school where you have completed the most credits/units to date.

How do I apply ?

You apply online at: StudentAidBC.ca
If you are applying through SFU, select Bachelor of Arts, as your program.
If you are applying through Douglas College, select Associate of Arts, as your program.

How do I receive my funds ?

You must complete a Verification of Enrollment form and submit it to your home school after your non-home school has completed their section of the form.  Your home school will use the information on this form to confirm your full-time enrollment with StudentAid BC and have your student loan funding released to you.

What if I have questions about my loan or need to change information?

Contact your home school.

For more information, see the BC Residents (Full-Time) section of our Undergraduate Loans page.

BC Residents (Part-Time)

Where do I apply?

You apply through the school where you are registered in the most credits/units for the term you are applying for.  This is considered your home school.  If you are registered in the same number of credits/units at each school, your home school will be the school where you have completed the most credits/units to date.

How do I apply?

Complete a Part-Time Studies Application form from the StudentAid BC website.  Submit your completed application, along with a completed Verification of Enrollment form (if you are taking courses at both schools), to your home school for processing, after your non-home school has completed their section of the Verification of Enrollment form.

For more information, see the BC Residents (Part-Time) section of our Undergraduate Loans page.

Out of Province Residents (Full-Time & Part-Time)

Where do I apply?

You apply through the school where you are registered in the most credits/units for the term you are applying for.  This is considered your home school.  If you are registered in the same number of credits/units at each school, your home school will be the school where you have completed the most credits/units to date.

How do I apply?

Different provinces and territories have different application methods.  Please consult the website of the province or territory of residence:

  • If you are applying through SFU, select Bachelor of Arts as your program.
  • If you are applying through Douglas College, select Associate of Arts as your program.

Who provides the educational costs to my province or territory?

Students must complete an Out of Province Student Loans form for 2017-2018 and submit it to the home school.  The home school will use this form to complete the required program cost information form for your province of residence.

Where do I pick up documents or have my documents signed?

Your home school may have your documents available for pickup.  Please note that some provinces request Confirmation of Enrollment electronically. If your province mails your documents directly to your address, you must bring the documents to your home school for confirmation of enrollment.

Complete a Verification of Enrollment form and submit it to your home school after your non-home school has completed their section of the form.  Your home school will use the information on this form to sign your documents confirming your full-time enrollment.

What if I have questions about my loan or need to change information?

Contact your home school.

What if I am not taking any classes at my home school this semester/term?

You will be required to transfer your loan from your current home school to the school where you are taking your classes.

For more information, see the Out of Province (Full-Time & Part-Time) section of our Undergraduate Loans page.