What To Do If You Forget Your NSFAS Password

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If you're a NSFAS-funded student and you've forgotten your NSFAS password, keep reading to find out how to retrieve it. 

If you have forgotten your NSFAS password, follow these easy steps to retrieve it:

  • Go to the myNSFAS student portal.
  • Click on Forgot your password? Click here
  • Enter your ID number.
  • Click on I can't remember my password. Then click on SUBMIT.

Once you have completed these four steps, then your password  will be sent to your registered cellphone number and e-mail address. 

It is thus very important that you have access to the cellphone number that you provided to NSFAS when applying for funding. 

If your contact details have changed then you may update your cellphone number by registering on myNSFAS with your Facebook or Google account and then updating the number. This number must be accessible by you at all times. 

 


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