The NSLSC Toolbox is the home for tools and resources to help you manage your student loan.
This sample of a void cheque will help you complete your bank account information, if you need it. Send your completed form(s) by fax to 1–866–658–8801.
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Change your bank account information
Bank Account Change Request form (while in study)
Borrowers who are in-study and who signed a Master Student Financial Assistance Agreement (MSFAA) can use this form to update their banking information. Note: non-MSFAA borrowers can update their banking information before each loan and/or grant disbursement on their Certificate of Eligibility and Student Loan Agreement.
Download the Bank Account Change Request form (PDF Version, 33.6 KB, 1 page)
Pre-Authorized Payment form (while in repayment)
All 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 NSLSC can only keep one bank account on file for all your loans, so you only need to complete this form once even if you have more than one loan.
Download the Pre-Authorized Payment form (PDF Version, 126.9 KB, 1 page)
One-time Payment form
Use this form to request the NSLSC withdraw a one-time payment from the bank account on the form or the one we already have on file. Please complete one form for each loan, as required.
Download the One-time Payment form (PDF Version, 96.5 KB, 1 page)
Change Your Payment Due Date form
Use this form to change the day of the month your payment is due. Payments must be due on the same day of the month, each month, however can be different for each loan. To make payments more often than monthly, set up the NSLSC as a bill payment using internet banking. Your loan number (without the dash) is your account number.
Download the Change Your Payment Due Date form (PDF Version, 81.3 KB, 1 page)
Request to Opt Out of the Repayment Assistance Plan for Borrowers with a Permanent Disability
Use this form to request and provide consent to be processed for the Repayment Assistance Plan (RAP) instead of the Repayment Assistance Plan for Borrowers with a Permanent Disability (RAP-PD). You may only exercise this option prior to or within your first six month period of RAP-PD. This option is not available if you have already completed one or more period(s) of RAP-PD. To learn more about RAP and RAP-PD, and the future restrictions associated with each, please login to your National Student Loans Service Centre (NSLSC) online account at www.canlearn.ca (opens in a new window).
Download the RAP-PD Opt Out form (PDF Version, 42.4 KB, 1 page)
If you want to increase or decrease your monthly payment amount, Sign On to NSLSC On-Line Services and select "Customize Your Repayment". This tool shows you the impact of changing your monthly payments, including interest paid, before you create a request form to submit.
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