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Education Tax Credits (1098-T)

Important notice: Effective January 1, 2018, tax law requires all educational institutions to report payments received for qualified tuition and related expenses (QTRE) in Box 1 of the Form 1098-T.  Scholarships & Grants awarded during the 2018 calendar year will continue to be shown in Box 5.

Families filing a U.S. tax return may be eligible for educational tax credits when claiming their Purdue student as a dependent. In mid-January, the Bursar's Office will generate an IRS Form 1098-T necessary to file for these tax credits. The 1098-T will be provided electronically via the student’s account. Note: Students must authorize their parent/guardian to access the 1098-T form specifically.

Students can view and download this form here: 1098-T Statement

Authorized Users can login to view the 1098-T here: https://secure.touchnet.com/C21261_tsa/web/login.jsp

Click here for 1098-T FAQs.

Additional information

More information about the American Opportunity Tax Credit, and other educational tax benefits enacted in 1997 and thereafter may be obtained by:

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