Tut Nsfas Lease Agreement

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme has added another method of updating contact information by introducing the feature online. Students funded by NSFAS who wish to update or change their contact information can do so online via the my.nsfas.org.za/mynsfas/selfservice.html on the program`s website. NSFAS believes that this new development is a milestone for the organization, as it consolidates our student orientation strategy and develops modern technologies to simplify the lives of students. For all media requests, please contact: Phatisa Ntlonze Tel. 021 763 3200 Email: media@nsfas.org.za “Last year there was a housing problem and we had a protest and a consensus was reached that students who do not reside in university residences and reside with their owners must file a rental contract at the university`s tax office and have their housing allowances released,” Moloto said. Dr Randall Carolissen, administrator of the NSFAS, stated that students living in university institutions are eligible for the actual accommodation fees charged by the institution, in accordance with the DHET guidelines. “Students who live in university housing off-campus and students living in private rental housing receive an accommodation allowance provided the accommodation has been accredited by the institution,” Carolissen said. For all questions regarding the public and invitations to the community event: Tel: 021 763 3200 Email: outreach@nsfas.org.za Tel: 08000 67327 Email: info@nsfas.org.za Postal Address Private Pocket X1, Plumstead 7801, South Africa Physical Address 10 Brodie Road, House Vincent 2nd Floor, Wynberg, Cape Town 7700 Last year, the TUT Board of Directors decided that TUT apartments, rentals and accredited apartments are fully occupied, students residing in unaccredited private residences will be considered for NSFAS housing allowances. Please note that financial assistance can only be considered for students who have been recognized in a higher education institution and who meet all the requirements to study higher education. Mutloane added that they had also given the university its lease so that it could make some adjustments, saying that what TUT was doing was unfair because they had given them returns that only benefited them.