What You Need To Receive a NSFAS Laptop
If you have not yet ordered your online learning device (laptop) from NSFAS yet we have the information documents you need to confirm your order. The rollout has begun, so if you need a laptop, order online now.
The rollout of laptop from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has begun and NSFAS is urging all students who are in need of a online learning device to order now.
There is some information and documents that are needed when placing your order online.
What information you need:
- The name of the institution you are registered at
- A contact number
- An alternative contact number
- An alternative email address
Once your order is places, and the verification and approval process is complete, you will need to provide the following documents when your order arrives:
- Your ID or Birth Certificate
- Proof of registration at your institution, such as your student card
Note that you don't need to provide copies, it is merely just for identification approval.
If you haven't ordered your laptop yet, here's how:
- Visit the NSFAS website here
- Click myNSFAS
- Click the Online Order portal to place an order.
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