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Consistently ranked as a Best Value Midwest School by U.S. News & World Report, the University of Evansville provides a quality education that gets results. 100 percent of UE students* receive a scholarship making UE an affordable option.
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Students are able to access the 2019 1098-T within the Student Finance area of Self-Service under tax information.
IRS regulations require that account information be reported in the calendar year where it occurred. Qualifying educational expenses for spring 2019 were billed and due in December of 2018. However, financial aid for spring 2019 didn't disburse until classes began in January, so spring 2019 financial aid is included in Box 5. This is important to note due to the crossover from one calendar year to the next, but this does not mean there are no qualifying educational charges to offset that aid.
It is also important to note that the 1098-T is an informational document only, so in order to ensure accurate reporting for your taxes, you will likely need to gather additional information from multiple sources: the 1098-T, financial aid award detail, semester billing statements, and any 2019 receipts of payment.
If you have additional questions, please email the Office of Student Financial Services.
*full-time, degree-seeking, traditional undergraduates
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