Your evaluation notification (NOA) will be emailed to you after reviewing your part-time application. You will also receive a “welcome email” from the National Student Loans Service Centre (NSLSC). The welcome email provides you with the link to sign up for an online account at the NSLSC and complete your MSFAA. Your DNO letter contains a 10-digit MSFAA number that complements your MSFAA. It is very likely that you will receive the welcome email before receiving your NOA. You must wait until NOA arrives with your MSFAA number to complete the MSFAA process on the NSLSC website. If you go to a school that does not access an e-registration confirmation and have indicated a valid email address, you will receive an email inviting you to access your account on the dashboard of the StudentAid BC website to download a copy of your registration confirmation form about a month before you are eligible to get the student loan money. After your MSFAA has been processed by the NSLSC and before your student loan and/or scholarship can be released, your school must confirm that you are participating in a full-time post-secondary program eligible for the entire study period for which you have received funding. Within two to three business days of receiving your Evaluation Notification Letter (NOA) on your StudentAid BC dashboard account, you will receive a “welcome email” from the National Student Loans Service Centre (NSLSC).
Your NOA will be published on your StudentAid BC dashboard after evaluating your application full time. The welcome email provides you with the link to sign up for an online account at the NSLSC and complete your MSFAA. Your DNO letter contains a 10-digit MSFAA number that complements your MSFAA. MSFAA is a multi-year contract; You don`t need to submit a new agreement every time you apply for funding through StudentAid BEFORE CHRIST. Once your confirmation of the registration form has been processed, your student loan and/or scholarship can be unlocked. Most B.C. schools confirm that students are online enrollment directly with StudentAid BC. Here are the terms and conditions of your MSFAA if you are a full-time student residing in: The Master Student Financial Assistance Agreement (MSFAA) is a legal document that describes your responsibilities and the conditions for accepting and repaying your student loans. MSFAA is a multi-year contract. Students who are part of the following groups must complete the MSFAA to obtain public funds (subsidies and loans) for the academic year: after registration, you will be redirected to the NSLSC website, where you can subscribe to THE MSFAA in: your MSFAA does not tell you how many federal and provincial loans or grants you receive. You will receive a separate assessment notice from your province or territory to inform you of the amount of financial assistance you receive for students.
The Master Student Financial Assistance Agreement (MSFAA) replaces the old loan contracts of the Confederation and the provinces.