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Confirmation of enrolment for PSLOC

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Hello all,

I've been approved for Scotiabank PSLOC, and they require confirmation of enrolment in order to release the funds. 

As of now I am not registered in any courses (as expected). The Uvic website says Uvic can start confirming enrolment 2 weeks before classes start. For those of you with similar experience, was this generally the case? Were you able to obtain the form online? If so, did you just have to email it to your rep? I'll be out of the country for the month of August, so it would be nice if I could take care of the process online. 

Any insight appreciated. Thank you.

 

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I don't know if it is different for Scotiabank, but to get my PSLOC from TD I just had to show them my offer of admission letter as proof of enrollment. 

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I went with a Scotia PSLOC a month or so ago. I emailed my rep a copy of my offer of admissions, but also a screenshot of my paid deposit from the Uvic webpage to confirm that I had accepted.

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I'm in the same boat as you, Scotia PSLOC going into 1L. I've sent them my offer of admissions which was good enough to set up almost everything (the actual accounts, credit cards, etc.), however my rep said they require proof of actual enrollment in classes for the funds to be available. I'm not worrying about this right now since I believe we'll get our schedule on the first day of class and first term tuition isn't due until September 30. I was told that as soon as I provide proof of enrollment in classes the money would be released immediately.

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I got my PSLOC through TD so might be different for Scotia, but I called Dailene and she generated a confirmation of admission letter that included my student number, the fact that I had paid the deposit, expected start date, and expected graduation date. It looked like a template letter that they likely make for anyone in this situation. She emailed it to me on UVic letterhead and I printed it out and presented it to TD and it all went through smoothly (I actually had my funds released yesterday). Hope this helps!

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