Useful tips

How do I log into Nslsc?

How do I log into Nslsc?

You will need to complete 4 steps:

  1. Verify that you are an existing account holder.
  2. Generate a secure access code and have it sent to the email address on your account.
  3. Create new login credentials.
  4. Confirm your identity and register your account.

How do I contact Nslsc?

Always update any personal information by logging into your account or by speaking to an NSLSC agent at 1-888-815-4514.

Where is the Nslsc located?

National Student Loans Service Centre

Contact Information
Addresses and Location
Located In Community Mississauga
Address Mississauga, ON Canada View Google Map

Can I learn contact?

Toll-free outside North America: 800 2 225-2501 plus appropriate country code. If the country that you are in does not provide access to the international toll free telephone number, use the Canadian Operator number 0800 096 0634 and then call the NSLSC collect at 905 306-2950.

How can I access my student loans?

To access

  1. Go to
  2. Click “Log In”
  3. Have your FSA ID available. This is the same username and password you used to electronically sign your FAFSA.
  4. If prompted, enter your name, Social Security number, your date of birth and your FSA ID.
  5. Read the privacy statement.
  6. Select “Submit”

How do I check my OSAP status?

Check the status of your file by logging into the government OSAP website. The government needs to confirm your registration status before it can release funds.

Who can I call about my student loans?

visit your account dashboard and scroll down to the “My Loan Servicers” section, or. call the Federal Student Aid Information Center (FSAIC) at 1-800-433-3243.

What is the difference between OSAP and Nslsc?

The National Student Loans Service Centre (NSLSC) is the ‘banker’ for your OSAP loans. Once OSAP authorizes your funding, the NSLSC disburses the funds. You will make payments to the NSLSC once you cease to be a full time student.

How do I find out my student loan balance?

Checking Your Federal Student Loan Balances

  1. Head to the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) The Department of Education runs the NSLDS. From here you can create a Federal Student Aid ID (FSA ID) or log in with your existing account.
  2. Contact Your School. Sometimes not all loans show up in the NSLDS.

How do I check my student loan balance?