The 1098T forms are available to all students via MyECC. You can access their form by logging into MyECC at https://myecc.ecc.edu. Once you are in MyECC, you can find your student account information on the homepage under WebAdvisor. Click on Financial Information and then View My 1098T Forms. This form may be printed and re-printed at home as many times as you would need. Paper copies will be mailed to all students unless you have opted out of receiving a paper form. You may opt out of receiving a mailed copy by checking the option in 1098 Electronic Consent.
The college keeps student accounts active for a minimum of one year from the last course you attend. The student account site contains detailed information of all account activity. Statements can be printed by semester at home for your convenience. If a student has an issue logging into MyECC, they can call the CITS Help Desk to get assistance at (716) 851-1835 or e-mailing email@example.com.
If you have questions regarding your 1098T form, please go to refer to Tax Benefits for Education: Information Center. The IRS has replaced the Hope Credit with the new and revised American Opportunity and Lifetime Learning Tax Credit. The IRS website has detail information about the tax credit, as well as instructions and other related information about the 1098T form.
For your protection, this form will show only the last four digits of your social security number. The school has reported your complete social security number to the IRS, and where applicable to state and or local governments.
Student Account Services is only able to answer general questions regarding tuition, fees and financial aid applied. The staff are not qualified nor permitted to give out any tax advice or information. Please contact a reliable tax preparer for information or assistance with your tax return.
Please note these forms are created as regulations require supplying all billing and financial aid transactions by the date they occurred. The transaction dates are not by semester, but by the actual calendar date between January 1st up to and including December 31st.
The instructions that come with your form clearly states: The institution may report either payments during the calendar year in Box #1 OR amounts billed during the calendar year in Box # 2. SUNY Erie uses the second method of reporting amounts billed in Box #2 and DOES NOT report payments made to the college. The amount shown in box 1 or 2 may represent a different amount other than the amount actually paid.
If you feel that the 1098T information is incorrect on your form, you can fill out a Student Account Dispute Form with Student Account Services. All responses will be handle in order of receipt and will be addressed as soon as possible.