How to Reset Your NSFAS Wallet Account

Thursday, 8 April, 2021 - 15:25
Saarah Richards

If you wish to rest you NSFAS Wallet account, there are only a few simple step that need to be followed. Here are the four easy steps you can follow.



The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) provides students with a NSFAS wallet which allows NSFAS funded students at certain tertiary institutions, to withdraw cash or spend it at any merchant registered by NSFAS.

To reset your NSFAS Wallet account there are only four simple steps you need to follow

The steps are: 

  1. Go to the NSFAS website here
  2. Click on myNSFAS
  3. Log in to your myNSFAS account
  4. Click "chat"

From there one of the NSFAS consultant will assist you with resetting your NSFAS Wallet

Note: To have your NSFAS Wallet account officially reset, you must provide:

  • A clear copy of your ID 
  • Cellphone number 
  • Email address to the NSFAS consultant assisting you through NSFAS Chat.

NSFAS is the National Student Financial Aid Scheme which is a government loan and bursary fund for students.  NSFAS bursary applications and registrations are open in the later part of the year for students who want to study in the next calendar year.

For more information on NSFAS, click here.


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