Repay a student loan - Lump-sum payment
You can make Lump-sum payments at any time to pay off or reduce your total balance. This is one of the fastest ways to pay off your debt.
Payments you make while attending school or during the six month non-repayment period will be applied directly to the principal of your loan. Lump-sum payments you make during the repayment period will be applied to the interest first, then the principal of your loan. You will still have to make your regular monthly payments.
- Add the National Student Loans Service Centre as a payee through your online banking site
- Use your loan number as your 7-digit account number
Have the NSLSC withdraw a one-time payment from the bank account on your file or listed on the form:
- One-Time Payment form (PDF, 97 KB)
Fill out the form and mail it to:
National Student Loan Service Centre
P.O. Box 4030
Online lump-sum payments with HigherEdPoints.com
If you have an account with HigherEdPoints.com, a third-party program to use reward points on student loans, you can use it to make a Lump-sum payment.
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Provincial or territorial payments
Ontario, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, New Brunswick, or Newfoundland and Labrador
You repay all your student loans through the National Student Loan Service Centre. Use the instructions on this page to make a lump-sum payment.
Alberta, Manitoba, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island
You have provincial and federal parts of your loan that need to be repaid separately.
Quebec, Nunavut or the Northwest Territories
You pay back your loan directly to your province or territory. Contact your provincial or territorial loan provider to arrange payments.
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