Important Information

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Effective immediately, Manitoba Student Aid is not able to accept documents at the Brandon office location. Students who wish to submit documents that require signatures in ink at the Brandon office, should mail their documents to:

Manitoba Student Aid
401-1181 Portage Ave.
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3G 0T3

Note: A drop box is also available at the Winnipeg location (East side of the building beside the Wall Street entrance).

Please refer to your Manitoba Student Aid online portal to determine which documents require signatures in ink. You may submit documents that do not require an ink signature by email: manitobastudentaid@gov.mb.ca

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NEW The Manitoba Student Aid application is available to full time students attending classes during the 2022/23 application year. To avoid delays in processing your application, apply now!

For more information on the 2022/23 program year changes visit the Program Updates page.

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Canada-Manitoba Integration Project

The Manitoba government is currently in the process of integrating the administration of the Manitoba Student Aid (MSA) program with the Canada Student Financial Assistance Program (CSFA Program). This means that Manitoba student loans will be managed by the National Student Loans Service Centre (NSLSC). The planned changes to the administration of student loans will be effective July 4, 2022. Note that existing loans will be managed by MSA until April 2023.

Frequently Asked Questions - Canada-Manitoba Integration Project

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Student Loan Borrowers affected by the war in Ukraine

Have you been financially affected by the war in Ukraine and need help making your student loan payments? Contact us at 204-945-6321 or toll-free at 1-800-204-1685 to fast-track your application for the Repayment Assistance Plan.

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Contact us

If you still have questions, we are happy to help.

You may send an email through our website or contact us by phone:
Toll free at 1-800-204-1685 or 204-945-6321.

If you are having trouble repaying your loan, you can apply for the Repayment Assistance Plan (RAP).