Instructions on how to submit agreements can also be found on the Alberta Student Aid website: Here are the terms of your MSFAA if you are a full-time student residing in: Your MSFAA does not show you how much you get in federal and provincial loans or grants. You will receive a separate assessment notice from your province or region telling you how much financial support you will receive for students. Students submit their agreements directly to service providers and receive their funding payments from service providers. If a student`s agreements are incomplete or have errors, the respective service provider will attempt to contact the student to resolve the issue. The Student Financial Assistance Framework Agreement (MSFAA) replaces previous loan agreements at the federal and provincial levels. Since it is a multi-year contract, it is more efficient and easier to use. For example, you don`t need to sign a new agreement the next time you apply for student financial assistance (unless you`re taking a two-year break from university or establishing residence in another province or region). Any un disbursed funding will be cancelled if the agreements are not received by the service providers or if the issues related to the agreements are not resolved before the end date of the study period. For example, if a student submits their MSFAA Canada full-time but does not file their Alberta Student Assistance Agreement, they only receive their federal funds and vice versa. Below is a summary of some of the conditions for receiving scholarships.
By signing the agreement, the student agrees to all conditions, including (but not limited to): The Master Student Financial Assistance Agreement (MSFAA) is a legal document that outlines your responsibilities and the terms of acceptance and repayment of your student loans. The MSFAA is a multi-year agreement. Students who belong to the following groups must complete the MSFAA to receive government funds (grants and loans) for the academic year: Agreements usually only need to be signed once (if the borrower receives their first federal or provincial loan) as long as the borrower remains a full-time student….