The IRS Form 1098T is an informational return that JHU Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and Whiting School of Engineering is required to issue to assist you in determining your eligibility for claiming educational credit. You will receive this statement for amounts paid for “qualified educational expenses” for the previous calendar year activity (January through December). IRS Publication 970 defines “qualified educational expenses” as tuition, fees, and books. The 1098-T can be obtained electronically by clicking the View 1098-T link and providing consent via the SIS portal. It will be mailed by US Postal Service by January 31, to eligible students who have not consented to receive it electronically.
Obtaining Your 1098T
Please login to SIS Self-Service to access your 1098T. Go directly to Billing>Summary or Billing Statement Tab.
Click the “View 1098T’ link
Frequently Asked Questions
The IRS Form 1098‐T is an informational return that JHU Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and Whiting School of Engineering is required to issue for the purpose of determining a student’s eligibility for an education credit or tuition and fees deduction. Refer to PDF Document: IRS publication 970 and PDF Document: Tax Benefits for Education: Information Center for further information regarding the 1098‐T, or consult your tax advisor.
Please note: JHU Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and Whiting School of Engineering or the JHU Tax Office cannot answer tax questions or advise you concerning tax-related issues.
JHU Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and Whiting School of Engineering must file a 1098‐T form for each enrolled student for whom a reportable transaction was made during the calendar year January 1 to December 31. A reportable transaction is defined as qualified tuition and related expenses required for a student to be enrolled at or attend an eligible educational institution and any scholarships or grants administered and processed for payment of the student’s cost of attendance.
- Students enrolled in courses for which no academic credit is offered, even if the student is otherwise enrolled in a degree program.
- Nonresident alien students.
- Students whose qualified tuition and related expenses are entirely waived or paid entirely with scholarships and/or other formal billing arrangement between an institution and the student’s employer, government entity, such as the Department of Veterans Affairs or the Department of Defense.
Due to an IRS requirement change, beginning with calendar year 2018, educational institutions must report based on payments received for qualified education expenses within the tax year. This is reported in Box 1 of the Form 1098-T. However, the amount reported on your Form 1098-T, box 1, might differ from the amount you actually paid and are deemed to have paid. The IRS reminds the taxpayer, “When figuring an education credit, use only the amounts you paid and are deemed to have paid during the tax year for qualified education expenses.” To get a summary of your charges and payments by term, you can view and print your account activity in SIS.
How does a student receive IRS Form 1098‐T from JHU Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and Whiting School of Engineering?
If you did not choose electronic delivery, the 1098‐T form will be mailed to your last known permanent address of record provided to JHU Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and Whiting School of Engineering as of December 31.