Please note that the notification claim window was closed in March 2020. “It is very painful to see how older people are treated in this way, especially by the institution in which these owners have supported TUT for 15 years to house their students, but now that the NSFAS has arrived on board, students are informed by SMS to pack their bags and move to other private housing,” said President Nchawe Mutloane. The Residential Student Association has collected names of tenants who have moved into private landlords` homes to submit to TUT management, along with a new lease that they consider fair to them and to the university. Mutloane added that they had also given the university its lease so that it could make some adjustments, saying that what TUT was doing was unfair because they had given them returns that only benefited them. He concluded by saying that the university had now forgotten its social role for the community. In accordance with DHET guidelines/guidelines published on January 25, 2019, eligible NSFA students living in private housing are eligible for housing assistance. In order for students to benefit from a lease agreement signed with this form, you must be submitted to the Campus Financial Aid Office (FAO). 2019 Transportation Allowance Application Form for NSFAS students residing at home. This escalated after apartment owners noticed this trend, namely that students from the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), funded by the Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS), were informed by SMS to move to other private housing. For all media requests, please contact: Phatisa Ntlonze Tel. 021 763 3200 E-mail: media@nsfas.org.za Please note that financial assistance is only possible for students admitted to a university who meet all the requirements to study in higher education. On Saturday, owners of troubled homes held a meeting in Soshanguve, chaired by the Residential Student Association at Philip Stadium, said the association`s president, nchawe Mutloane, who sat down last year with the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) to represent more than 900 homes.