High School and Post-Secondary Transcripts

When you are applying to a Saskatchewan Polytechnic program, you must arrange for your final, official high-school transcripts to be sent to Saskatchewan Polytechnic Enrolment Services directly from the institution or organization maintaining official records at the time of application. If you are still in high school, your final official transcript must be received 30 days before the start date. Be sure to have your transcripts sent to the applicable Sask Polytech campus Enrolment Services office.

For transcript information specific to the Saskatchewan Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing (SCBScN) program, see www.sasknursingdegree.ca.

Post-secondary level transcripts must be sent directly from the institution to Saskatchewan Polytechnic Enrolment Services. Contact the Records Office or Registrar’s Office of the institution for details. To be eligible for admission using post-secondary credits, related post-secondary transcripts must be submitted with your application for international studies and within 60 days of the date of application for domestic studies.

Did you know…  Transcript deadlines may impact your Transfer Credit requests?

Supporting Documentation

If you are still attending high school, a conditional admission can be granted based on documentation that you provide from your school. Documentation may include (but is not limited to) the following:

  • Profile of registrations (i.e., enrolment verification, course schedule)
  • Ministry of Education transcript (paper or electronic) (Note: Saskatchewan ministry will withhold transcripts as the semester end nears; submit a course schedule from your school if needed)
  • Email from secondary/post-secondary staff supplying the required information for conditional admission; it must clearly originate with the school and contain a full signature block (i.e., name, position, school)

High School Transcripts

To make arrangements for your high school transcript to be submitted to Sask Polytech, contact the required provincial office.