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1098T Information

The IRS Form 1098-T is an informational document The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (JHU SAIS) issues to eligible students. For further information regarding the 1098-T, please consult your tax advisor, or refer to the following IRS links:

Neither JHU SAIS nor the JHU Tax Office can answer tax questions or advise you concerning tax related issues.

1. Who is eligible to receive an IRS Form 1098-T?
JHU SAIS files a 1098-T form for each eligible enrolled student for whom a reportable transaction was made during the calendar year January 1 to December 31. A reportable transaction is defined as payment for qualified tuition and fees required for a student to enroll or attend an eligible educational institution, and any scholarships or grants administered and processed for payment of the students cost of attendance. (Please note, prior to 2018, reportable transactions were defined as charges for qualified tuition and fees.)

2. Who is NOT eligible to receive the IRS Form 1098-T?

  • Students enrolled in courses for which no academic credit is offered, even if the student is otherwise enrolled in a degree program.
  • Non-resident alien students.
  • Students whose qualified tuition and fees are entirely waived or paid entirely with scholarships and/or other formal billing arrangements between an institution and the students employer, government entity, including the Department of Veterans Affairs or the Department of Defense, or other third party sponsor .
  • If you do not have a valid social security number and are not a non-resident alien student, a notification was sent to you through email notifying you that you need to update your social security number.  To update the social security number, please provide the necessary documentation to the JHU SAIS Registrar's Office by December 15th.

3. Does JHU SAIS report my payments?
JHU SAIS reports qualified payments in Box 1 of the 1098-T form. The University reports payment amounts for qualified tuition and fees during the calendar year January 1st through December 31st. To get a summary of your charges and payments by term, you can view and print your account activity in https://sis.jhu.edu/sswf/Please look closely at the dates of activity.
 
4. How does a student receive IRS Form 1098-T from JHU SAIS?

  • Your 1098-T form will be mailed for the appropriate tax year. You can also access the form electronically by logging into your self-service account at https://sis.jhu.edu/sswf/. Select: Billing>Summary or Billing>Statements tab and click the "View 1098-T" link. SAIS Europe students may access the link from the Personal>Summary tab in SIS.
  • If you would like to access/receive your 1098-T form electronically, please click the consent button at the bottom of the page once you have been redirected to the 1098-T site.
  • If you need assistance, please contact your Student Accounts Office.

5. I have a general question about my 1098-T form. Who can I call for help?

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