National Student Loan Ontario Canada Service Center: OSAP Repayment Assistance & Forgiveness Program
How Do I Contact NSLSC (National Student Loan Service Center)Submit Email: Students can apply for loans for pursuing their post-secondary education or programs. Students can contact the National Student Loans Service Center for financial help. The National Student Loans Service Center is a funding agency operated by the Government of Canada. To send your secure emails, messages or comments to National Student Loans Service Center, follow their Contact Us page.
Customer Service Number: Students within North America can ask their general questions regarding the funding and paid off conditions through a call via at 1 888 815-4514 (Toll free). Students that belong to outside North America, can dial 800 2 225-2501 . If the students belongs to a country that does not offer access to the international toll free telephone number, can call the Canadian Operator at 0800 096 0634 and then dial 905 306-2950 to get in touch with our collection center.
Service Hours: Monday to Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m., your local time.
TTY/TDD: For impaired or disable students, our customer service representatives are available at 1 888 815-4556 .
Office Location: Students/parents can personally visit the service office at National Student Loans Service Centre, P.O. Box 4030, Mississauga ON, L5A 4M4 Canada
Near Me Locations: Find out or locate your Nearby Service Centers for Student aid programs and benefits, follow the given link.
Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) is a funding program for the full and part time students of college and universities. Students have to register or submit an application for applying this program. To achieve the benefits of this program, students or parents need to consult our service representative or visit our official webpage.
How To Apply:
- Register/Login into your OSAP account.
- New students have to provide their Social Insurance Number (SIN) in order to sign up an OSAP account.
- You will be provided an OSAP Access Number and password that you have to remember for future login.
- After getting access, you are able to apply for OSAP.
- You have to provide details of your school & program.
- You can give your parents or spouse's SIN along with tax information.
- If you have not decided your school or college till OSAP submission, you can keep a deadline.
- After submission of OSAP application, you can apply for funding estimate that you need.
- You can apply for much funds if you belong to an Indigenous student category, permanent disability or current or former Crown ward.
- It will take 3 to 6 weeks to hear you back regarding your application forms.
Tel: 1-888-449-4478 / 807-343-7260
Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., excluding holidays.
Ministry Of Education:
315 Front Street, 14th Floor, Toronto, Ontario M7A 0B8
Toll-free TTY: 1-800-268-7095
Ministry Of Colleges And Universities:
438 University Avenue, 5th Floor, Toronto, Ontario, M7A 2A5
Repayment Assistance & Forgiveness ProgramsRepayment Assistance Plan (RAP):
Repayment Assistance Program is a program through which part time and full time students can start to repay their loans. Students has to repay their grants and loans after 6 months of leaving their schools or colleges or university. They need to repay when they will get a notice regarding the grants or bursary over-payment. If the student is able to pay its grants or loans before 6 months or before ending his/her studies, then no need top pay any kind of interest. The OSAP plan is eligible for all students, but repayment of loans varies as per the applicant’s income and family background. For more help, contact at 1-888-449-4478 / 807-343-7260 .
Forgiveness Program is offered by the Ontario Government in association with the federal Repayment Assistance Plan (RAP) through which students are helped with more funds and repayment plans. National Student Loan Service Center accepts every term of repayment within 6 months. To get the benefits of the repayment and forgiveness plans. Full time and part time students need to submit their genuine reasons of due payments or not paying back off their loans. If the students belong to any kind of disability, their remaining debt will be forgiven after 10 years while the low income or poor family based students can get relaxation in their loan debts after 15 years. For any kind of help or information, students or parents, can reach out to the NSLSC at 1 888 815-4514 (within North America) or 800 2 225-2501 (outside North America).