nsfas.org.za application status check balance

nsfas.org.za application status check balance

nsfas.org.za application status check balance

nsfas.org.za application status check balance

NSFAS is a government entity under the Department of Higher Education and Training established according to the NSFAS Act (Act 56 of 1999) to provide financial support to disadvantaged students who wish to further their studies at public universities or TVET colleges.

If they are eligible for direct NSFAS allowances, NSFAS-funded students will receive cash in their NSFAS Wallets. Continue reading to learn how to check your NSFAS Wallet balance. NSFAS wallets enable NSFAS-funded students at specific schools and institutions to withdraw money or spend it at any NSFAS-registered merchant.

Follow these procedures to check my NSFAS Wallet balance:

To check your nsfas.org.za Wallet cash balance (and transactions):

On your cellphone:

  1. Dial short code *134*176#
  2. Enter your password
  3. Click Send
  4. Select option 2. Query
  5. View cash balance and transactions

On the internet:

  1. Enter the following link into your browser https://celbux.appspot.com
  2. Log into your account by typing in your cellphone number and password and click the Login button
  3. Click More
  4. Click Transactions
  5. View transactions

Students must verify that the cellphone number they provided to NSFAS when applying for funding is still active. This is because that number will be used to deposit their funds. If your contact information has changed, you may update your phone number by login into myNSFAS and upgrading your phone number using your Facebook or Google account. You must have constant access to this number.

You’ll need the following to get NSFAS Allowances via your wallet:

  • You must have your own phone and a valid SIM card.
  • If you are a new student to NSFAS, you must sign the NSFAS Bursary Agreement.
  • To pay your landlord or any other recognized merchant, you will not need to withdraw cash.

A Quick Reminder for Students

Remember to log out after checking your National Student Financial Aid Scheme in your wallet to prevent password stealing.

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