• Educational Tax Credits (1098-T)

    IRS Form 1098-T

    The 1098-T form is used by eligible educational institutions to report information about their US resident students to the IRS. As an eligible institution, Clackamas Community College reports certain enrollment and identifying information about US resident students who attend during the tax year. Included in the 1098-T form are qualified charges that were billed and financial assistance, excluding loans. Clackamas Community College is not required to provide 1098-T forms to students who are non-resident aliens for tax purposes. If you plan to claim an educational tax credit, your social security number is required. Failure to provide us with this information may result in a $100 fee being assessed to you by the IRS.

    Viewing your 1098-T

    If you were enrolled in credit courses the previous tax year, you can access the 1098T form online at www.1098t.com. Also, a hard copy of the 1098-T form is mailed to the address you provided to us.

    Important

    The fees reported may not be eligible in your situation, and there may be other eligible expenses, such as books and supplies that the college does not report. To determine which fees are eligible for you, please consult a tax advisor or review IRS Publication 970

  • Contact our Office of Student Accounts Receivable

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    Email us: staccounts@clackamas.edu

    Call us: 503-594-6068

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