Form 1098-T: Frequently Asked Questions by Students
What is Form 1098-T?
Where will Form 1098-T be mailed?
Click Students tab Under Academic Profile Select "My profile"
The address listed on MyWeb is the address where the Form 1098-T will be mailed.
If the address on file is incorrect, complete the Change of Status/Demographic form and submit the form to the appropriate college.
For San Jose City College:
Click the link: Admissions Change of Status Form
Complete the form, and submit the form in one of four ways:
1) Fax it to 408-298-1935
2) Email it to: firstname.lastname@example.org
3) Send via postal mail to
SJCC – Admissions & Records
2100 Moorpark Avenue
San Jose, CA 95128
For Evergreen Valley College:
Click the link: Admissions Change of Demographic Form
1) Fax it to 408-239-8809
2) Email it to: email@example.com
3) Send via postal mail to
EVC – Admissions & Records
3095 Yerba Buena Road
San Jose, CA 95135
Can I receive my Form 1098-T electronically?
What do I do if I don't receive my Form 1098-T?
In certain situations, Form 1098-T may not have been generated for you: 1) If you do not have a valid address reflected on MyWeb 2) If you do not have a valid Social Security Number or Taxpayer Identification Number on file. 3) If you paid no charges within the relevant tax year. When reviewing your records, please take into consideration actual payment dates, rather than semester start dates.
4) If you received fee waivers (i.e. California College Promise Grant (formerly Board of Governors or BOG Fee Waiver)) for all of your tuition during 2020.
If you paid for your tuition and did not receive the Form 1098-T, please email the following information:
To email box firstname.lastname@example.org. A District representative will respond as quickly as possible.
Is Form 1098-T a bill?
Why is San José-Evergreen CCD asking for my social security number (SSN) or individual taxpayer identification number (ITIN)?
Do I need to provide a SSN/ITIN if I am a non-resident alien student?
However, if you are a non-resident student and intend to file personal income taxes in the upcoming year you must provide your Taxpayer Identification Number in order to receive a valid Form 1098-T from the District. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) does not require SJECCD to file a Form 1098-T for foreign students who are not US residents for tax purposes. This is because non-resident alien students are not eligible for education tax benefits. However, SJECCD cannot definitively determine which foreign students are residents for tax purposes. Also, the IRS does require, SJECCD to provide a 1098-T to a non-resident alien student who requests one. For these reasons we provide 1098-T forms to all students, including foreign students who may or may not be eligible for an education tax benefit. Please refer to the IRS website or a tax professional to obtain further guidance.
Is Form 1098-T a source of income I must include on my tax forms?
How is the amount determined?
Who do I contact if I think the information is incorrect?
It is important to remember that the amount on this form consists of payments processed by the District in calendar year 2020.
Does San José-Evergreen CCD send this information to the IRS?
How do I use qualified tuition and related expense information when preparing my tax return?
For more information on the American Opportunity Credit and the Lifetime Learning Credit, please refer to the IRS website or a tax professional to determine the amount of credit that you may be eligible to claim.
Is the COVID-19 emergency financial aid grants included in student's 1098-T?
The emergency financial aid grants are qualified disaster relief payments which were not included in students' gross income. For further information please visit the IRS website or a tax professional to obtain further guidance.