Name of the Organization : University of Fort Hare
Status of Facility : Check Application Status
Head Office : Fort Hare
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Frequently Asked Questions
Will I receive a loan or a bursary in 2018 as a returning NSFAS qualifying student?
In line with the President’s statement, if you are a continuing student in 2018 and were funded by NSFAS in 2017 or earlier, your 2018 NSFAS allocation will now be awarded as a bursary. This NSFAS allocation will not have to be repaid.
As a NSFAS qualifying returning student, do I have to pay a registration/upfront fee to the university?
You do not need to pay a registration/upfront fee. An arrangement has been made with universities to allow you to register. Your registration/upfront fee will be covered by your NSFAS package.
I am a continuing student at a university and have applied to NSFAS for the first time in 2018. Will I be considered for financial aid for the 2018 academic year even though I am not a first time entrant?
Yes, you will be considered for financial aid funding, provided you meet the pre-2018 NSFAS’s academic and financial eligibility requirements.
As a continuing student your combined household income threshold will be assessed in terms of the 2017 NSFAS DHET general fund criteria (i.e. up to R122 000 per annum).
I am a continuing NSFAS qualifying student in 2018 and have university debt. Can I apply to NSFAS for a grant to settle my university debt?
Your university debt will be dealt with as part of the process described in question 2.
I graduated in 2016 and have NSFAS debt. Will my NSFAS debt be written off or converted into a grant?
Your situation will be dealt with as part of the process described in question 2.