1.Complete the SRNA application and submit the required fees.  
Intent to apply- $150.00 + 7.50 GST= $157.50
Examination application-$130.00 + 6.50= $136.50
All fees are non-refundable. 

2.Upload personal identity documents including:
Birth Certificate.
Change of name documentation, [e.g. marriage certificate(s)].
Current government issued photo ID, (e.g. Driver’s licence or passport).

If you are only writing the NCLEX-RN® with the SRNA, you are not required to provide the SRNA with a copy of your Vulnerable Sector Check Report. 

3.Verification of program completion
Saskatchewan Graduates the Nursing Education Program will automatically send this to the SRNA on your behalf.
Canadian graduates who have obtained your education outside of Saskatchewan are required to send the Verification of Completion of Nursing Education Program form to the Nursing Education Program they attended. The school must send this form directly to the SRNA after you have completed the program. 
Transcripts- You must arrange to have your final official education transcripts sent directly to the SRNA from your nursing education program if you are planning on initial RN licensure with the SRNA.  

Step by Step application process

1) Click here to create a new account.
2) Click here to begin your application.
3) Upload your personal identity documents by clicking on My Checklist and Document Upload tab and look for the appropriate documents from the drop down box. 
All documents must be scanned SEPARATELY and be clear, legible and preferably in color. The following files are accepted for personal identity documents: pdf, jpg, jpeg, gif, tiff, bmp, doc, docx or txt.
Once you have met SRNA requirements, you can:
1) apply to write the NCLEX–RN® in Saskatchewan;
2) apply to write the NCLEX-RN® and obtain a Graduate Nurse licence provided you have employment in Saskatchewan and; 
3) apply for RN licensure in Saskatchewan.

NCLEX-RN® General Information

NCLEX-RN® Frequently Asked Questions

Grad Nurse Application

RN Licensure

When you receive successful NCLEX-RN® results, SRNA will share the application for the Registered Nurse (RN) licence. 

Vulnerable Sector Check

Starting June 1, 2017, SRNA applicants passing the NCLEX-RN who are seeking an Initial RN Licence are required to submit a Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC) Report that has been issued by the police force where the applicant lives (e.g. RCMP, city police or police service).

-The VSC report must be issued within the previous six (6) months of the date of application for licensure (e.g. application date is June 1, 2017 means the report must have been issued after Dec 1, 2016). Any costs associated with a VSC report are the responsibility of the applicant. 

-The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) processes criminal record checks. Please review the information at To contact your local city police check their website for information.

-You do not need to submit a VSC report if you have submitted one for a GN licence.

-If you are a Canadian Graduate of a nursing program outside of Saskatchewan, and seeking an initial RN Licence in Saskatchewan, please contact

-The VSC report requirement does not apply to those graduates who are only writing the NCLEX-RN® with the SRNA, and plan to seek licensure in another province.

-The SRNA will provide direction for VSC report requirements for GN licensure to Internationally Educated Nurses when all licensure requirements are met. 

-Click here for Q & A’s on the VSC.

-If you have questions about this new requirement, contact 

To submit your VSC report

Submit your VSC report with your RN licence application by selecting the Vulnerable Sector Check from the drop-down list on your Requirements Checklist & Document Upload