Get tax information and 1098-T documents for UND students and families.
The 1098-T contains information about qualified tuition and related expenses which can be used to help determine whether the student, or the person who can claim the student as a dependent, may take either the tuition and fees deduction or claim an education credit to reduce federal income tax.
Obtaining 1098-T Form
Students will have the ability to view and print copies of their 1098-T tax forms online via Campus Connection each year by January 31st. Tax information for current and prior years will be also be available online.
Electronic 1098-T Form (Automatic)
- Login to Campus Connection
- Select the "Financial Account" Tile
- Click "View 1098-T"
- Click the year you would like to view. A PDF will display which can be printed.
Parent/Proxy Access to Campus Connection
Individuals who have been granted delegated (proxy) access to a student's Campus Connection data can login to view the 1098-T form themselves.
The student must authorize a proxy through Campus Connection and then the proxy will complete registration.
Reading the 1098-T Form
Effective 2018, the IRS requires all schools to report “Payments Received” in Box 1. Any payments received and applied to tuition and fees during the calendar year will be included in Box 1. Box 2 (Charges Billed) will be blank.
The information listed on the 1098-T form is final and cannot be modified or updated. If you have questions, please contact your tax preparer. One-Stop Student Services is unable to advise individuals on tax documents or preparation.
Note: Box 1 will also include any payments received in December toward the following spring term tuition and fees.
Aviation Flight Costs
Aviation flight costs paid in the calendar year are included in Box 1 of the 1098T with other payments made for tuition and fees.
Enroll Anytime Students
Students enrolled in Self-Paced Enroll-Anytime (correspondence) courses through the Office of Extended Learning will receive a separate paper 1098-T for those courses. This is because the information relating to those courses is housed in a separate database.
Therefore, students enrolled in BOTH regular UND courses and this specific type of Extended Learning course should expect to receive two separate 1098-T's. Students should use both their electronic form in Campus Connection, and the form mailed to them by the Office of Extended learning, when preparing their taxes.