What it Costs to Go to QCC
The law requires schools to send this information to each taxpayer and to the
IRS. However The
IRS does not require taxpayers to submit 1098T forms when filing tax
The 1098T forms are mailed to students, at their preferred address on record
with Quinsigamond Community College, by the end of January.
For each calendar year, we report the dollar amount billed for qualified tuition
and related expenses. This amount appears in box 2 of the 1098T form. We also
report the total dollar amount of scholarships and grants, administered and
processed by the school, in box 4 of the 1098T. These forms do not contain
specific payment information.
Students and parents are advised to use personal financial records and consult
professional tax advisors to determine the qualifying amount for tax purposes as
the College cannot determine if a student qualifies for the tax credit or supply
Frequently asked Questions Regarding 1098T Forms
- What is the 1098T Tuition Statement and What semesters does it
It is a statement of related tuition expenses in a calendar year and it
includes the tuition and fee charges for the Intersession, spring, summer and fall
- What is reported in Scholarships and Grants, Box 5?
All scholarship and grant payments made to your account except Federal
Direct Student Loans -- both unsubsidized and subsidized.
- How can I find out what I was charged or paid in 2007 so I can do my
Refer to your personal financial records or view your QCC student account on
online by logging onto The Q, selecting "My Academics" tab at the top of the
page and "View/Pay My Bill" to the right of the page. Make sure the correct
semesters are selected
- How can I get a duplicate?
After February 1, 2008 students may request a duplicate 1098T statement by
calling the Payment Center at (508) 854-4560 or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please make sure we have a correct address
on our system and allow one week for processing.