2020 1098-T Form is now available online!
Posted by Business Office on 25 January 2021 09:36 AM


***This email is only for students who had one or more registrations processed and finalized in the 2020 calendar year***

Your 2020 1098-T Form is now available online!  You can access this form by going to the Amridge Self-Service portal at

You must consent to receive your 1098-T electronically in order to download the 1098-T from the SelfService Portal.

If you have not granted your consent, follow these steps.

  1. Select the tab “Consents and Reports."
  2. Select "Consent Forms" in the upper left.
  3. Below "Consent Forms" on the left, you will see another link below, which is also labeled "Consent Forms" click this link. On the main screen, you will see the name of the consent form and the status
  4. Click on the appropriate tax year under "Name."
  5. If you agree,  check the box labeled "I Accept."

Now you are ready to download your 1098-T

  1. Select the tab “Consents and Reports."
  2. Select "PDF Download."
  3. Click on the link “PDF 1098-T Download just underneath “Consent Forms.”
  4. The main screen will show “Tax Year” and “Download.”
  5. Click the “Download” link for the appropriate year.

Congratulations, your 1098-T form is now on your computer.

Video Instructions are available here: Video Instructions for your "Consent Form" and "1098-T"

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You must consent to receive your 1098-T electronically in order to download the 1098-T from the SelfService Portal.

Important note:  Receipt of a 1098-T form does not imply that a student is eligible for a federal education tax credit.

For more information on these tax credits, please refer to the IRS website. Form 1098-T is informational only. Educational institutions are required to report to the IRS amounts paid toward qualified tuition and related expenses, as well as scholarships and/or grants, taxable or not.

Form 1098-T is prepared each year by the end of January for those students who had reportable transactions in the preceding calendar year. It should not be considered as tax opinion or advice. Please give this form to your tax preparer to help determine if you are eligible for any tax credits.

Note: The Amridge University staff members are unable to provide students or their families with individual tax advice, but should you have questions, please seek the counsel of an informed tax preparer or adviser. 

Accessing Billing Record in the Self-Service Portal

To aid in the understanding of your payments received, please access your account information here.  You should review your billing transactions and report actual amounts paid during the year, ensuring that you do not report the same payments in two tax years. 

Qualified tuition and related expenses include tuition, comprehensive fees, and course fees.  When determining amounts actually paid towards eligible tuition and related expenses, you should include payments made using personal funds, student loan funds (less any refunds received), or alternative loans (less any refunds received).

Thank you, 

Amridge University

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