The University of Hartford will be mailing the 2012 1098-T to eligible students by January 31, 2013. The University is required to report the following:
For detailed student tax information or to print a copy of your 1098T, follow the link below. You will need your Student ID and pin to log in.
Should you require a hard copy of your 1098-T, please e-mail the Student Administrative Services Center at email@example.com. Be sure to include the student's name and University ID number in the request. Please allow up to 3 days for processing.
An eligible educational institution, such as a college or university, in which you are enrolled and an insurer who makes reimbursements or refunds of qualified tuition and related expenses to you, must provide you with this statement. You, or the person who claims you as a dependent, may be able to take either the tuition and fees deduction or claim an education credit on Form 1040 or 1040A for the qualified tuition and related expenses paid in 2012. Institutions may report either payments received in Box 1 or amounts billed in Box 2. The amount shown in either box may represent an amount other than the one actually paid in 2012. Your institution must include its name, address, and information contact telephone number on this statement. It may also include contact information for a service provider. Although the service provider may be able to answer certain questions about the statement, do not contact them or the filer for explanations of the requirements for (and how to figure) any allowable tuition and fees deduction or education credit that you may claim. For more information about the deduction or credit, see Publication 970, Tax Benefits for Education, Form 8863, Education Credits, and the Form 1040 or 1040A instructions.
Student Identification Number: For your protection, this form may show only the last four digits of your SSN, ITIN or ATIN. However, the issuer has reported your complete identification number to the IRS and, where applicable, the state and/or local governments.
Shows the total payments received for qualified tuition and related expenses less any related reimbursements or refunds. Note: The University of Hartford leaves this box empty as is not required to report payments received. However, we have added supplemental information to the bottom of the 1098-T to show payments posted to your account in the tax year reported.
Shows the total amounts billed for qualified tuition and related expenses less any related reductions in charges. Note: The University reports the amounts billed.
Shows whether your institution changed its method of reporting for 2012. It has changed its method of reporting if the method (payments received or amounts billed) used for 2012 is different than the reporting method used for 2011. You should be aware of this change in figuring your allowable tuition and fees deduction or education credits. The deduction and the credits are allowable only for amounts actually paid during the year and not amounts reported as billed, but not paid, during the year. Note: The University has not changed its reporting method.
Shows any adjustment made for a prior year for qualified tuition and related expenses that were reported on a prior year 1098-T form. This amount may reduce any allowable education credit you may claim for the prior year. See Form 8863 or Publication 970 for more information.
Shows the total of all scholarships 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 any allowable tuition and fees deduction or the education credit you may claim for the year.
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 you may claim for the prior year. See Publication 970 for how to report these amounts.
Shows whether the amount in Box 1 or 2 includes amounts for an academic period beginning January–March 2013. See Publication 970 for how to report these amounts.
Shows whether you are considered to be carrying at least one-half of the normal full-time workload for your course of study at the reporting institution. If you are at least a half-time student for at least one academic period that begins during the year, you meet one of the requirements for the American Opportunity Credit. You do not have to meet the workload requirement to qualify for the tuition and fees deduction or the Lifetime Learning Credit.
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. If you are enrolled in a graduate program, you are not eligible for the American Opportunity Credit, but you may qualify for the tuition and fees deduction or the Lifetime Learning Credit.
Shows the total amount of reimbursements or refunds of qualified tuition and related expenses made by an insurer. The amount of reimbursements or refunds for the calendar year may reduce the amount of any allowable tuition and fees deduction or education credit you can claim for the year.