NSFAS Appeal 2023 Closing Date | Appeal Now

NSFAS has been accepting appeals from 2023 applicants that were rejected for quite a while. However, NSFAS appeal will close soon, and applicants will no longer be able to make an appeal.


Students who have not made appeals still have the time to do so, because NSFAS appeals are expected to close on Monday 20 February 2023. Officials to assist in resolving any queries or challenges students may have will be on campus grounds until 17 February 2023.


Submitting your appeals via email will not be accepted, please follow these guidelines to properly make your appeal online. NSFAS appeals should be made within 30 days from the time you were denied.

Before making an appeal, ensure you had applied in the first place: currently NSFAS applications for the 2023 academic year have closed, if you did not apply on time, you will have to wait for 2024 application.

You can subscribe to our website to get notification when this happens.

Also, ensure to submit an appeal to NSFAS before 2023 appeal closing date, or else your appeal may not be considered.

Ensure to monitor your status after appealing to know if you have been approved for funding, it is expected that you receive a response in about 30 days.

Tip: you can add Nsfas Whatsapp line, 078 519 8006 or dial the USSD code *120*67327 to check your application status.

Finally, NSFAS encourages all successful beneficiaries to register for the NSFAS bank account to enable NSFAS to send their allowances more effectively, check http://nsfas.org.za.


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  1. I have applied for an appeal two weeks back. When I try to track my status for an appeal, it does not appear it only shows the application for last year. What could have went wrong?

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