Repaying student loans | Manitoba Student Aid

Why do I have two separate loans?

You submitted one application for a loan, but now there are two places asking for repayment.

What's going on?

When you apply to Manitoba Student Aid, one application covers two separate loans. A provincial loan from Manitoba Student Aid and a federal loan from the Canada Student Loans Program.

This means that when you're repaying your loans, you pay two separate lenders. Your Manitoba Student Loan is paid to the Manitoba Government through Manitoba Student Aid. Your Canada Student Loan is paid to the Government of Canada through the National Student Loans Service Centre.

You must update your personal information with both Manitoba Student Aid and the National Student Loans Service Centre. Personal information can include your contact information (email or mailing address), changes in your bank account, or name changes.

Now Available

+ T4A Slips

Students who received a Manitoba Bursary or a Canada Student Grant for Services & Equipment in 2020 will receive a T4A slip from Manitoba Student Aid (MSA). T4A’s will be mailed out at the end of February.

To avoid delays, please ensure that we have your current address on file. You can make changes to your address through the Manitoba Student Aid online portal.

Note: MSA does not issue T4A’s for Manitoba Student Loans.

+ Interest Paid Statements

Since Manitoba Student Loans are currently interest free, no Interest Paid Statements are issued.

The full-time spring/summer application is now available. Login or Create an Account to apply.