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REPAYING YOUR STUDENT LOAN(S)
Are you graduating or leaving school? Then it's time to take charge of your
Your government student loan(s) may come from the federal government and or
your provincial/territorial government. This means you could have more than
one loan to pay back.
The National Student Loan Service Centre (NSLSC) will send your
Consolidation Agreement by mail before you are required to start making
payments. The Agreement sets the terms for the repayment of your Canada
Student Loan; this is the federal portion of your loan. You'll have to make
a number of decisions, including the type of interest rate and how long
you'll take to repay your loan. Depending on your situation, you might also
receive another Consolidation Agreement by mail for your provincial or
territorial student loan.
You don't have to make any payments on your student loan(s) for the first
six months after you leave school; however, interest will be added to your
Canada Student Loan during these six months.
Helping you repay your loan
Missing payments can have serious and long-term consequences. Contact the
NSLSC before you miss a payment. The federal government can provide you with
a number of options, such as the Repayment Assistance Plan (RAP). Visit
CanLearn.ca to use the
Repayment Assistance Estimator.
Sign up for an online NSLSC account on <http://www.canlearn.ca/>
CanLearn.ca and ensure that the NSLSC has your up-to-date contact
For information on your student loan(s), contact the NSLSC at 1-888-815-4514
For information on your provincial student loan(s), contact your provincial
student financial aid office.
Visit <http://www.canlearn.ca/> CanLearn.ca for more information.
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