Tax reporting: 1098T forms for any given year will be mailed by the end of January of the following year. If you have not received by mid-February the document, a duplicate form(s) can be issued. Please use one of the resources listed below to obtain a duplicate 1098-T:
- In-person with a photo ID at either Bursar Office location (Administration Building or Student Services Building)
Complete the Receipt Request form and submit to the Bursar’s Office using:
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Fax: (415) 338-7787
- Mail: 1600 Holloway Avenue, ADM-155, San Francisco, CA 94132
Tax Relief Act of 1997
We strongly encourage students to seek professional advice regarding eligibility for this tax credit.
Hope Scholarship Tax Credit
Taxpayers may be eligible to claim a non-refundable Hope Scholarship credit against their Federal Income Tax. The Hope Scholarship may be claimed by taxpayers who pay registration/tuition and other fees for attending college on a half-time basis or more. This credit is designed to offset tuition costs incurred during the first two years of college. This credit is available for tuition and required fees paid. The credit may be reduced by financial aid awards including Pell grants, SEOG and institutional waivers, grants, scholarships, and other forms of tax-free educational assistance. The maximum credit is $1500.00 per student. For more information please contact the Internal Revenue Service.
The Lifetime Learning Credit
The Lifetime Learning Credit may be claimed by taxpayers who pay registration/tuition and other fees incurred for attending specified colleges. The Lifetime Learning Credit is applicable to students pursuing post-secondary education to develop or improve job skills. A family may claim up to 20% of qualified expenses or no more than $5,000. Unlike the Hope Scholarship credit, which is based on an individual's enrollment status, the Lifetime Learning Tax Credit is family based. The credit amount may be reduced by financial aid awards including Pell grants and SEOG and institutional waivers, grants, scholarships, and other forms of tax-free educational assistance. See the IRS publication 970 for phase-out rules. For more information please contact the Internal Revenue Service.
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