The 1098-T Tuition Statement forms for the current tax year are mailed to students no later than January 31 with qualifying tuition charges for tax credits. 1098-Ts are IRS informational forms issued to the student and mailed to the home address that the student has listed in MyMadison.

Some general information about the 1098-T form:

  1. JMU sends 1098-T forms showing eligible tuition payments as well as any free money (grants, scholarships, etc) the student received during the tax year.
  2. Room and Board charges are not part of “qualified tuition” as defined by the IRS. 
  3. If you did not have qualifying tuition, then a 1098-T form was not processed.
Questions about the 1098-T Form?

If you do not have your 1098-T form, you can log in to your M3 account and view your 1098-T there. If you have questions about the amounts reported on your 1098-T for the current tax year, please contact the UBO at 540-568-6505 or email us at ubo@jmu.edu.  

Additional information about the 1098-T form is available from the IRS at https://www.irs.gov/forms-pubs/about-form-1098-t

Please visit the IRS Tax Benefits for Education page for more information on the how the 1098-T can be used.

Accessing Past 1098-T Forms

Current Students: Log in to Madison Money Manger (M3) and click on "Tax Forms" on the left side to access all past 1098-T forms. Authorized Users with access can log in on M3 as well to access forms. 

Former Students: If you no longer have access to your MyMadison account to access M3, you have two options to request your old 1098-T forms:

  1. If you had Authorized Users set up, they will still have access and can log in to view your forms.
  2. The former student can email ubo@jmu.edu with the following items included:
    • Student ID Number
    • Student Name
    • Last 4 digits of student's Social Security Number
    • Student's date of birth
    • What year(s) of the 1098-T form you would like sent and how you would like it sent (email, mail, etc.)
    • Signed signature on a piece of paper sent as an attachment (this is not needed if sent from your @dukes email or the email you had listed as your "home" email in MyMadison) 

Please go to the Cost of Attendance Calculator to see the estimated cost of attendance for your program of study.

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