Post-Secondary Life (RBC) - RBC Advice center, find helpful articles and videos with advice for life at school. Follow the link for information on topics on how to pay for school, transition advice for high school students, scholarship success and other helpful advice.
Going to School (Innovation Credit Union) - Learn more about RESP's, how investments can help pay for schooling, and other helpful information.
Scholarships, Bursaries, Awards and Loans (SaskNetWork) - Find advice about searching for scholarships/bursaries, and other important information. 
Glossary of Credit and Personal Finance Terms: General Meanings and Definitions (Credit Counselling Society) - Follow this link to be taken to a list of common credit and financial terms used today.
Practical Money Management Tips for Post-Secondary Students (My Money Coach) - Tips and advice for those that are entering or are in post-secondary. Learn how to budget better.
Your Money Students for Students (Your Money) - Find information on budgeting, saving, borrowing, and other useful tools. 

Students and Post Secondary

Life After Graduation (RBC) - Information for recent graduates on topics such as networking/interview tips, and also helpful steps to follow once graduated, 
Student Loans (Government of Saskatchewan) - Student loan applications, as well as tips and advice for when applying. 
Heading to University (Practical Money Skills Canada) - Tips and advice when heading to university for the first time. Other available links for information on financing your education, bursaries and scholarships, student loans, and budgeting.
Loans (U of S) - Find information about eligibility, requesting an extension on a loan, also find information on provincial and territorial financial assistance, as well as United States department of direct loan program. 
Living on Your Own (Affinity Credit Union) - Saving and budgeting tips for when living on your own.
Paying for Post-Secondary Education (FCAC) - Learn about student loans and government grants, how to minimize your loan, investing in a RESP for your child's education, tax deductions/credit, and other important information.

Post-Secondary is an exciting time, however, financially planning for school may not be. Once you've decided the hard part of where you will be attending post-secondary, planning how you will be paying for your school is the other essential step. Learn how to apply for student loans, what kind of scholarships/bursaries apply to you, and the ways that can make it easier so you can do the most important thing- focusing on your education. 

Tips to Create a Strong Financial Future (Affinity Credit Union) - Learn how to save and budget for your future.