A form 1098-T is mailed by January 31 each year to eligible students with a valid social security number who were billed during the prior tax year.
If you received more scholarships and/or grants than the amount of qualified tuition and fees billed, the College is not required to produce a1098-T. The form will indicate enrollment status and the total of all tuition and fees that may qualify for an educational tax credit.
The fees reported may not be eligible in your situation. To determine which fees are eligible for you, please consult a tax advisor.
W9-S forms are sent out the beginning of each term and at the end of the calendar year, requesting address and social security number (SSN) or tax identification number (TIN) that correlates with what you have filed with the IRS.
Due to recent IRS regulations, any student who does not provide this information to the college, may be fined $100.