The 1098T tax form is issued to all Hunter College students who pay tuition and fees from January 1st - December 31st of each calendar year. Forms are mailed by the CUNY l098T Server on January 31st of each year for the prior calendar year (2013 forms will be mailed on January 31, 2014).
You Can Access Your 1098T on CUNYFirst By Logging In To:
- Self Service, then,
- Student Center, then,
- Other Finances, and finally,
- View 1098T
Students requesting duplicate l098T forms for any years prior to 2013 will be charged $5.00 per year.
If you have a specific question about your 1098T form, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
1098T Form Tax Links:
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
What expenses are NOT included on the form?
- room and board or similar living expenses
- family expenses
- courses taken for no credit (unless taken to improve job skills)
- expenses paid at any time other than in the current year for the current calendar year (1/1/13-12/31/13)
Will I get a 1098T form if financial aid covered my tuition and fee charges?
No; however, if financial aid covered only one semester in 2013 and not more than one semester you will receive a form.
Are direct loans included in my 1098T form?
Yes, all monies you must repay are included in the form
Will my 1098T include payments I made during calendar year 2013 for prior calendar year semesters?
No, you do not receive credit on the 1098T form for prior calendar term payments made in the current term.
If I made a payment for the Spring 2014 term in the 2013 calendar year, will I see it on my 2013 1098T form?
Yes, it will appear on your 2013 1098T form because the payment was made in the current year.
Why does my student ID not appear on my 1098T?
ID numbers are not valid social security numbers so the government requires that we leave the box blank.
Since I received a 1098T form, am I qualified to receive one of the educational tax credits?
If you received a 1098T form you are NOT automatically qualified to receive an educational tax credit. The determination of eligibility is the responsibility of the taxpayer.
Can I claim both educational credits this year?
No, you can only select one of the credits for any given tax year.
What is the College's Federal ID number?