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A hard copy of the 1098-t form will be mailed to all eligible students no later than 1/31/2012. Students are also able to access data for 2011 online at this time. The information can be accessed through My 1098-T Info.
The 1098-T form is used by eligible educational institutions to report information about their students to the IRS as required by the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997. Eligible educational institutions are required to submit the student's name, address, and taxpayer's identification number (TIN), enrollment and academic status. Beginning with 2003, educational institutions must also report amounts to the IRS pertaining to qualified tuition and related expenses, as well as scholarships and/or grants, taxable or not. A 1098-T form must also be provided to each applicable student. This form is informational only. It serves to alert students that they may be eligible for federal income tax education credits. It should not be considered as tax opinion or advice. While it is a good starting point, the 1098-T, as designed and regulated by the IRS, does not contain all of the information needed to claim a tax credit. There is no IRS requirement that you must claim to tuition and fees deduction or an education credit. Claiming education tax benefits is a voluntary decision for those who may qualify.
Students will receive their 1098-T forms by mail and can access the information electronically. To access your information online you must be logged in to MyNaropa . The information can be found under Tax Information/My 1098-T Info.
In January of each year, Naropa University produces an IRS Form 1098-T for all students who had qualified tuition and other related educational expenses billed to them during the previous calendar year. This form is informational only and should not be considered as tax opinion or advice. It serves to alert students that they may be eligible for federal income tax education credits. To determine the amount of qualified tuition and fees paid, and the amount of scholarships and grants received, a taxpayer should use their own financial records.

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Not Included

  • Graduate and Undergraduate tuition
  • Course Fees & Online Tech Fees
  • Registration Fees

  • Residence Hall fees
  • Application Fees
  • Transcript Fees
  • Graduation Fees
  • Late Fees & Interest Charges
  • Health Insurance
  • Transportation or Room & Board
The IRS instructs institutions to report either payments received (Box 1) or amounts billed for qualified tuition and related expenses (Box 2) on the 1098-T.

Naropa University reports the amounts you were billed for qualified tuition and related expenses during the calendar year, not the academic year (Box 2) and scholarships and grants, therefore, Box 1-Payments received for Qualified Tuition and Related Expenses,will be blank.
While it is a good starting point, the 1098-T, as designed and regulated by the IRS, does not contain all of the information needed to claim a tax credit. Most of the information needed must come from the student's personal financial records of what the student paid during the calendar year. You can access a record of all your charges and payments on MyNaropa .
No. The address shown on Form 1098-T is irrelevant for IRS income tax filing purposes. The single most important information on the form is your Social Security Number.
You can print all of the information online by accessing your MyNaropa account. if you need a paper copy of the form please contact Aisha Sayles in the Accounting office at asayles@naropa.edu or 303-245-4674.
You can print a copy of all account activity from the past year through the "My Account" portlet on MyNaropa .

If you need help understanding your statement please send any questions to tuition@naropa.edu .
Naropa University's FIN is 84-1029228.