How do you lose your NSFAS funding?

According to the NSFAS ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA AND CONDITIONS FOR FINANCIAL AID, NSFAS reserves the right to terminate a student’s funding if they no longer meet the minimum requirements for the bursary.

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  • You did not meet the academic eligibility criteria for continuing students specified by NSFAS.
  • NSFAS has reviewed your financial eligibility and determined that your household income has increased to above the allowable levels, even after adjusting for inflation.
  • A fraud complaint was filed against you, and NSFAS confirmed that you falsified the information submitted during your application.
  • NSFAS has discovered that you already hold an undergraduate degree.
  • which NSFAS was unaware of when evaluating your application
    You no longer fulfill one or more of the policy standard’s qualifying criteria.
  • You were given financial help by mistake.

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