Repaying student loans | Manitoba Student Aid

How do I make payments?

Find out when your loan repayments start and how to make them.

Payments are due on both your Canada Student Loan and Manitoba Student Loan six months after you stop going to school full-time.

If you are a part-time student, payments are due on your Canada Student Loan six months after you stop going to school. These loans accumulate interest while you are in school.

When is my first payment due?

Your lenders, Manitoba Student Aid and the National Student Loans Service Centre, will send you information with specific dates of when your payments will start and how much they will be.

How do I make payments?

Unless you contact us to make different arrangements, Manitoba Student Aid will automatically set up a preauthorized debit agreement to take monthly payments from your Canadian bank account.

You can make additional payments to Manitoba Student Aid through online or telephone payments, or you can put a cheque in the mail. You may also choose to pay in person at our offices using a cheque or an Interac card.

Our office addresses are:

Manitoba Student Aid
401-1181 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, MB   R3G 0T3

Manitoba Student Aid
362-340 9th Street
Brandon, MB   R7A 6C2

You must visit the Canada Student Loan website for information about ways to repay your Canada Student Loan.

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The Manitoba Student Aid application is now available for full-time students attending classes in the fall!

Find out how Manitoba Student Aid is supporting applicants during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Manitoba Student Loan repayment will be suspended until September 30, 2020.

In person service is not available at this time.

We are pleased to support you by phone toll free at 1-800-204-1685 or 204-945-6321. You may also send an email through our website, or check for status updates on your student aid through MYSAO.