Please review the following information carefully, as the default delivery method for the 1098-T IRS Tuition Statement has been changed in accordance with new IRS regulations.
Starting with the 2019 calendar year, NDSU students will automatically receive their 1098-T Tuition Statement via Campus Connection only.
The Customer Account Services department cannot provide any tax advice or answer any questions related to tax advice. Please consult the IRS or an Accountant for advice on taxes.
When Will I Get My 1098-T Form?
1098-T statements will be generated no later than January 30th, for the previous calendar year. Students will receive an email notification when the 1098-T is available in Campus Connection.
How Do I Access My 1098-T Form?
To access the 1098-T Tuition Statement, a student must have access to a computer with an internet browser and Adobe software.
To view the 1098-T, click on the Financial Account tile, and select View 1098-T from the left-hand menu. Click on the appropriate Tax Year to open the form. You may need to allow pop-ups, as the form will open in a new tab/window.
Can I Get My 1098-T Printed For Me?
Students will automatically have their 1098-T delivered electronically through Campus Connection.
Benefits to electronic delivery include:
- Reduced printing saves paper, which is a Green Initiative. (Printing your 1098-T from Campus Connection is the student’s option and not required by the IRS.)
- Incorrect addresses on 1098-Ts will result in lost mail.
To get a copy of your 1098-T printed you will need to revoke consent to have it delivered electronically. To revoke consent, contact Customer Account Services at 701-231-7545 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your student ID in your email request.
Please note: you are still able to view and print your 1098-T online even if you have revoked consent.
Can I Get A Duplicate 1098-T?
Once the 1098-T form is available on the student's Campus Connection account, you can print as many duplicate copies as you need.
I'm A Former Student. How Do I Get My 1098-T Form?
Students no longer enrolled in classes at NDSU may request a copy of their 1098-T tuition tax statement by completing the form below. Please allow two business days for processing.
Current students may access their 1098-T via Campus Connection (see above).
Will My Social Security Number Be Listed On The Form?
Social Security Numbers (SSN) are masked on the 1098-T and only the last four digits will print. The full SSN will be reported to the IRS.
What Information Is In Each Box Of MY 1098-T?
Box 1. Shows the total payments received by an eligible educational institution in 2020 from any source for qualified tuition and related expenses less any reimbursements or refunds made during 2020 that relate to those payments received during 2020.
*A list of what is included and not included in qualified tuition and related expenses/fees can be found at the bottom of the page*
Box 4. Shows any adjustment made by an eligible educational institution for a prior year for qualified tuition and related expenses that were reported on a prior year form 1098-T. This amount may reduce any allowable education credit that you claim for the prior year (may result in an increase in tax liability for the year of the refund). See "recapture" in the index to IRS Publication 970 to report a reduction in your education credit or tuition an fees deduction.
Box 5. Shows the total of all scholarships, 3rd Party Payments or grants administered and processed by the eligible educational institution. The amount of scholarships or grants for the calendar year (including those not reported by the institution) may reduce the amount of the education credit you claim for the year.
Box 6. Shows adjustments to scholarships or grants for a prior year. This amount may affect the amount of any allowable tuition and fees deduction or education credit that you claimed for the prior year. You may have to file an amended income tax return (Form 1040-X) for the prior year.
Box 8. Shows whether you are considered to be carrying at least one-half the normal full-time workload for your course of study at the reporting institution.
Box 9. Shows whether you are considered to be enrolled in a program leading to a graduate degree, graduate-level certificate, or other recognized graduate-level educational credential.
Qualified Tuition and Related Fees
Included in Box 1
- Tuition and Mandatory Student Fees (Student Fees, Tech Fees, NDSA Fee, Connect ND Fee)
- New Student Fee
- Course or Class Fees
- International Orientation Fee
NOT INCLUDED in Box 1
- Housing Charges (i.e., dorm charges, rent, meal plans, board charges)
- Bookstore Charges
- Application Fees
- Student Health Services Fee
- ID Card Charges
- Parking Permits and Citations
- Late Payment Fees
- Study Abroad Program Costs (non-tuition related)
- International Health Insurance
- International Support Services Fee
- CNED/Professional Development Charges