How To Check myNSFAS Status 2022/2023 Update

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Have you applied for the 2022 National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS), and you want to check your NSFAS application status? Here’s a guide on how to check myNSFAS status.

myNSFAS Status Check

All those who applied for 2022 NSFAS Application are urged to check or track their Status for the 2022/2023 academic year.

How To Check myNSFAS Status

If you would like to check NSFAS Application status for 2022, follow the simple steps below:

  • Go to NSFAS website: www.nsfas.org.za
  • Login to your MyNSFAS account, if you don’t have one, click HERE to create one.
  • Enter your User ID
  • Enter the password you created during the application process.

RELATED: NSFAS Portal Login – www.nsfas.org.za

In case of difficulties, please contact Unisa’s Division Student Funding (DSF) if your application status is “Provisionally Funded or Approved“. Any other results should be addressed to NSFAS because they are in charge of the application process.

QUALIFICATIONS FOR NSFAS BURSARY APPLICATION 2022

If you are a South African citizen planning to graduate in 2022 or currently studying at a public university or TVET college and meet the following criteria, you are eligible for an NSFAS Bursary Application 2022:

  • SASSA grant holders,
  • If your combined household income is less than R350 000 per year,
  • If you are a disabled person with a combined household income of less than R600 000 per year,
  • If you started university before 2018 and your household income is less than R122 000 per year.

NSFAS Online Application Requirements

You will need the following to complete your NSFAS Application 2022:

  • You must provide your own active cellphone number and a valid email address
  • You will require a copy of your ID or Birth Certificate
  • Provide ID copies of your parents, guardian, or spouse
  • The Proof of your income or 1 year’s IRP5 (if applicable)
  • Evidence of your parents, guardian, or spouse’s income
  • In case you are a SASSA grant recipient, don’t worry to provide evidence of income
  • Applicants with a disability must submit a completed and signed Disability Annexure A Form
  • An applicant who is recognized as a Vulnerable Child by the Department of Social Development must provide a completed and signed Vulnerable Child Declaration and Consent Form.

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Source: Sabonews.org

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