Check Your NSFAS Online Application Status
NSFAS communicate the decisions on funding via the MYNSFAS student portal. Here are the application status codes they use.
The closing date for NSFAS 2020 was in November 2019. All applications were done online via the MyNsfas website student portal.
This is what the status messages mean when you are applying for NSFAS funding:
1 Application submitted:
Your application have been loaded in the NSFAS system
The System checks if you area returning student and if you have previous qualifications
Nsfas conduct 3rd party cheks with sassa/department of home affairs
They verify all documents u sent during your application
5 Funding Eligibility:
They verify household financial status declared in your application
From the 6th of January 2020 the status of applications was updated on applicant's student portal accounts. These are the status messages you would have seen.
This means that your application was successfully processed and funding process has been completed.
You can register and attend Classes.
Eligible For Funding But, Awaiting Confirmation Of Academic Admission
This means that you qualify for funding, but we have not yet received admission confirmation from an institution. Until such time as admission has been confirmed, funding will not be approved.
You need to inform institution’s Financial Aid Office.
Verifying The Household Income With Third Party Sources
This means that NSFAS are still verifying the student’s household income with credit bureaus to confirm that the income declared is under the R350 000 threshold.
No action required. A message will be sent if funding is approved and academic admission is confirmed.
This means that the application has been received and needs to be assessed by a case worker at NSFAS to ensure that all information on the application has been correctly captured.
What you need to do: Wait. No action required. A message will be sent if funding is approved and academic admission is confirmed.
This messages means that the applicant’s household income is above the R350 000 threshold and therefore rejected. Or applicant has previous qualification and does not qualify for NSFAS. Or applicant has not been admitted to a university or TVET College.
Unfortunately you have not been successful in getting funding from NSFAS. You can appeal. How to appeal a NSFAS rejection
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