Each year, the Office of Student Accounts prepares Tuition Statements (Form 1098-T), in accordance with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) regulations for each student who is enrolled for any semester or has a reportable transaction during the calendar year.

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IRS.gov Information

The Office of Student Accounts does not provide tax advice and advises you to speak to your accountant or tax attorney/professional, if needed.

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Tuition Statement Availability

Tuition statements (Form 1098-T) are mailed by Jan. 31, annually for students who have not opted for electronic delivery.

Electronic Access of your Tuition Statement (Form 1098-T)


  • Online delivery provides earlier access to the 1098-T statement than traditional mailing.
  • Online delivery eliminates the chance that the 1098-T statement will get lost, misdirected or delayed during delivery, or misplaced once the student receives it.
  • Signing up for online delivery is easy and secure.
  • Students can receive their 1098-T statements even while traveling or on assignment away from their home address.

Access, View and/or Print your 1098-T Statement

To access your electronic 1098-T statement, visit Heartland ECSI and select "Tax Documents." Click to search for your tax form. Under school name, enter Georgia Gwinnett College, then provide requested information to verify your identity: first name, last name, social security number and zip code as it appears on your school record.

Tax documents for years prior to 2013 are located in Banner (login required) under "Student Accounts," "Tax Notification" section.

Get Help

If you have any general questions or information regarding your tax documents or experience trouble with your login, contact Heartland ECSI Customer Service for a Live Chat or at 866-428-1098 between 7:30 a.m. – 8 p.m. EST, Monday through Friday.

Contact the Office of Student Accounts with any questions you have regarding the information on your 1098-T statement.

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What's Reported by GGC

  • Filer’s name and address box: The College’s address and phone number is printed in this box.
  • Filer’s federal identification number box: The College’s FEIN number is printed in this box. 
  • Student’s taxpayer identification number box: The student’s social security number is printed in this box. Only the last four digits are printed on the form. If the student did not provide a SSN, there will be no SSN reported.
  • Student’s name and address box: The student’s name and address are printed in this box.
  • Box 2: This box contains the total amount that was billed during the calendar year for qualified tuition and related expenses, which is defined as “tuition and fees that a student must pay to be enrolled at or attend an eligible educational institution.” Institutions may report either payments received in box 1 or amounts billed in box 2. Georgia Gwinnett College reports amount billed (box 2).
  • Box 4: This box contains any billing adjustments for qualified tuition and related expenses that were made during the calendar year for a prior calendar year.
  • Box 5: This box contains the total amount of scholarships/grants received during the calendar year.
  • Box 6: This box contains any scholarship/grant adjustments that were made during the calendar year for a prior calendar year.
  • Box 7: This box indicates if any of the charges billed include amounts for a semester that begins in an academic period during the following year. If registration for an upcoming spring semester occurs in October – December, this box will be checked.
  • Box 8: This box is checked if the student was enrolled in 6 or more credit hours in the fall semester, spring semester, and summer semester. 

If there is a need to update/revise your information, please be sure to contact the College by mid-March at the latest. Requests received after this period may not be accommodated.

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