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Educational institutions are required to file a Form 1098-T, Tuition Statement, with the IRS and to provide a copy of the form to the student, for each enrolled student for whom there is a reportable transaction. A reportable transaction includes payments received, or refunds made for tuition and related expenses.
On this page you can navigate to different topics about the 1098-T such as obtaining the 1098-T, tax identification compliance, and FAQs. If you get stuck, feel free to contact us.
GET YOUR 1098-T INFO FROM STUDENT HUB
Your 2021 1098-T is also available electronically through the Student Hub to download and print from your computer by January 31, 2022.
Your 1098-T will not be mailed to you. You can access your 1098-T online.
Your 1098-T is also available electronically through the Student Hub to download and print from your computer. Please follow the steps below to retrieve an electronic copy of your 1098-T:
**Please call the Office of the Bursar at (303) 615-0070 with any questions**
Your 1098-T will not be automatically mailed to you. You may access your 1098-T online at any time, but if you wish to have it mailed, simply follow the steps below:
If you no longer have login access for your Student Hub account, you will need to call the Bursar’s office at 303-615-0070 or visit in person** at the Jordan Student Success Building at 890 Auraria Parkway Suite 150, on the Auraria Campus.
* We will only be able to send you the most recent copy of your 1098-T using this method. You must contact us to obtain a copy of your 1098-T for any prior years.
Once you fill out all of the required information, tra.maximus.com will email you a temporary password; you will then need to retrieve the password from your email, and re-log in to your account to complete your registration and you will be able to retrieve your 1098-T.
In order to provide a 1098-T to you for tax purposes, the Internal Revenue Service requires you to provide your Social Security Number (SSN) or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) to your school.
BY TAKING NO ACTION AFTER RECEIVING A REQUEST FOR YOUR SSN/ITIN, YOU ARE RISKING BEING ASSESSED A PENALTY FEE BY THE IRS!
If you have already have a SSN or ITIN, you can update your account online through the Student Hub:
You can also fill out the W-9S Form and either fax, email or hand deliver to the Office of the Bursar.
If you don’t have a SSN or ITIN, the 1098-T is reported to the IRS regardless of your visa or immigration status.
Depending on your immigration status you may be eligible to apply for a Social Security Number. To determine your eligibility, refer to the Social Security Administration’s publication, Social Security Numbers for Noncitizens.
If you are ineligible to receive a Social Security Number, you may apply for the Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN).
If you have received a rejection notice for you SSN/ITIN application, please provide a copy to the Bursar Office.