Student Loan Forms

These forms are available in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF). If you are unable to access a form, please Contact Us to obtain a regular paper copy or other alternative format, such as Braille.

Bank Account Change request form (while in study)

If you are in-study and signed a Master Student Financial Assistance Agreement (MSFAA), you can use this form to update your banking information.

Note: Before each loan or grant disbursement, non-MSFAA borrowers can update the banking information that appears on their Certificate of Eligibility and Canada Student Loan Agreement.

Canada Student Loan Forgiveness for Family Doctors and Nurses Application Form

Borrowers who are family doctors, residents in family medicine, nurses or nurse practitioners can apply for Canada Student Loan forgiveness provided they have Canada Student Loans to repay, have worked in a designated rural or remote community in Canada and meet other eligibility requirements.

Change Your Payment Due Date

Use this form to change the day of the month your payment is due. Payments are due on the same day each month (for example the 10th day of the month); however, if you have more than one loan, the payment date can be different for each loan.

To increase your payment frequency (bi-weekly, weekly), you must cancel your pre-authorized payment and then set up the National Student Loans Service Centre (NSLSC) as a payee using online banking. Your loan number (without the dash) is your account number.

Important: If you change your payment frequency, make sure the total amount you pay each month equals or exceeds your regular monthly payment amount, otherwise, your loan will go into arrears.

Confirmation of Enrolment (Schedule 2)

Borrowers and post-secondary institutions complete this form as proof that a borrower is enrolled in school. This ensures your student loan remains in interest-free status and that you do not have to begin repaying your loan while you are still studying. If you are a borrower from Ontario, please contact your provincial student assistance office.

Confirmation of Posting Assignment for Full-Time Students

To qualify, you must be a reservist in the Canadian Forces and a full-time student who has not yet entered into repayment on your student loans.

One-Time Payment Form

Use this form to request the National Student Loans Service Centre (NSLSC) make a one-time withdrawal from your bank account and apply the money as a lump sum payment or extra payments on your student loans.

Part-Time Student Loan and Grant Application

Part-time student loans and grants are based on your assessed financial need. Eligible part-time students in Canada could get up to $10,000 in federal loans. Part-time student grants are also available.

If you are applying for part-time student financial assistance in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island or Yukon:

If you are applying for part-time student financial assistance in Alberta or British Columbia, visit the corresponding website to download the part-time application form:

Power of Attorney Forms

These power of attorney (POA) forms are used for the administration and financing of student loans for students who wish to have another person take care of their financial affairs (e.g if a student is studying outside of Canada or in a different province). Ontario students who have Canada-Ontario Integrated Student Loans must complete both the Ontario and HRSDC power of attorney forms.

Download the PDF version of the power of attorney form(s) that apply to you:

Pre-Authorized Payment Form (While in Repayment)

Borrowers who are repaying their loans can use this form to sign up for pre-authorized payments or to update their banking information.

Note: The National Student Loans Service Centre (NSLSC) can only keep one bank account on file for all your loans so, even if you have more than one loan, you just need to complete this form once.

Repayment Assistance Plan (RAP) Application

The Repayment Assistance Plan is available to student loan borrowers who are having difficulty repaying their Canada Student Loans. You must apply for RAP—enrolment is not automatic. To remain eligible, borrowers must re-apply every six months.

If you have Canada Student Loans and student loans from Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia or Saskatchewan, you only need to fill out one application to apply for both the Canada and applicable provincial RAP programs. It will also cover interest relief for some provincial loans.

If you have a provincial or territorial student loan from a province or territory not listed, contact your provincial student financial assistance office to find out about their repayment assistance programs.

You can apply for RAP online through your NSLSC account (register for an online account first if you do not have one already). You can also download the RAP application, fill it out and mail it to the NSLSC at:

National Student Loans Service Centre
P.O. Box 4030
Mississauga ON L5A 4M4

If you are applying for Repayment Assistance for a Canada Student Loan that was negotiated before August 1, 2000, and is held by a financial institution, and you don’t have a Canada Student Loan through the NSLSC, you must submit your application and supporting documentation to your financial institution directly.

Repayment Assistance Plan for Borrowers with a Permanent Disability (RAP-PD) Expenses Form

If you apply for the Repayment Assistance Plan (RAP) and you have a permanent disability, use this form to provide information about expenses related to your permanent disability. These expenses may be taken into account when determining your eligibility for RAP-PD and the amount of your RAP revised monthly payments.

If you have Canada Student Loans and student loans from Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia or Saskatchewan, you only need to fill out one RAP-PD Expenses Form for both the Canada and applicable provincial RAP-PD programs.

You can apply for RAP-PD online through your NSLSC account (register for an online account first if you do not have one already). The online application also allows you to print the RAP-PD Expenses Form, fill it out and then upload the completed form and electronic copies of your receipts and other documentation related to your permanent disability.

You can also download the Repayment Assistance Plan application and the RAP-PD Expenses Form, fill them out and mail them to the NSLSC at:

National Student Loans Service Centre
P.O. Box 4030
Mississauga ON L5A 4M4

Note: Only include expenses directly related to your permanent disability that are not covered by an insurance plan or a private or publicly funded program (e.g. provincial disability support program) on your RAP-PD Expenses Form. These expenses must also have been paid during the month(s) of income you provided in your on-line or paper RAP application.

Note:

Additional extraordinary expenses not directly related to your permanent disability may also be considered. If you wish to have such expenses considered, read and sign section 5 on page 2 of the RAP-PD Expenses Form.

If you are applying for repayment assistance for a Canada Student Loan that was negotiated before August 1, 2000, and is held by a financial institution, and you don’t have a Canada Student Loan through the NSLSC, you must submit your application and supporting documentation to your financial institution directly.