The forms will be mailed by January 31st for the previous year to the student's permanent address unless a billing address has been specified.
The IRS requires institutions to report either qualified payments received in box 1 or qualified tuition and fees billed in box 2 on the 1098-T form.
Beginning with the 2017 tax year, the university will report on qualified payments made during the calendar year, January 1st – December 31st. This amount is reported in box 1.
Box 1 amount will only include payments made for qualified tuition and related fees, not the total amount of payments posted to the student account. The amount in box 1 is to assist you in determining if you can claim an educational credit; however, this amount may not be the amount you can claim. Please consult the IRS Educational Credit publications and/or your tax advisor for help in determining the amounts you may be able to claim.
Box 5 will show all qualified scholarships and grants that appeared on your billing statement for those terms during the tax year.
Accessing 1098-T Information Online
1098T Summary and Detail information can be viewed online via MavLINK.
If you have questions regarding the information on your 1098-T, please submit a request form. You will receive a response within 3-5 business days.
Please note: the Cashiering/Student Accounts staff are not tax advisors and therefore cannot provide any assistance on how to use this form.
We can only provide you with information about what we are required to report on the 1098-T. Please consult your tax advisor for any 1098-T tax-related questions.
US Citizens and Non-US Citizens
For U.S. Citizens, your social security number (SSN) is required to process a 1098-T. Please stop by the Office of the University Registrar and show your SSN card to update our records. Reminder emails have been sent to the accounts of the students without an SSN on file.
Non U.S. citizens that have an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) can also submit those to the Office of the University Registrar and can be used to process a 1098-T.