Students who were enrolled and attended Salisbury University will receive a paper form 1098-T mailed to their billing address in GullNet on or before January 31st of each year.
1098-T forms will also be posted to all students' GullNet accounts. In order to access the form on GullNet, students must first consent to receive the information electronically. The path to the form is:
GullNet>Self-Service>Campus Finances>View 1098-T>
The first time a student attempts to view the 1098-T online, a consent box will appear, to which the student must respond before the form is viewable. This is a one time occurrence, and will not appear again unless consent has been revoked. Once consent has been granted, a list of available forms will display.
Clicking on a form to view will open a new internet window, which displays the form in PDF format. Adobe Acrobat Reader is needed to display, print, and save the form. The reader is free and can be downloaded here: http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html
When a student consents to receive the 1098-T electronically, a paper form is no longer printed and mailed. To begin receiving a printed form after having accessed it electronically, consent must be revoked, in writing.
Consent may be withdrawn at any time by furnishing the withdrawal in writing (electronically or on paper) to one of the following addresses. All correspondence must include either your student i.d. or the last 4 digits of your social security number.
1098T@salisbury.edu (subject line: Paper Form)
Administration & Finance, ATTN: 1098T Dept.
P.O. Box 2195
Salisbury, MD, 21802
The information on the 1098-T Tuition Statement is being furnished to the IRS. When the University is notified by the IRS of an incorrect taxpayer identification number, the student will be asked to provide a formW-9S giving his/her correct name and social security number. The form can be found on the IRS website:
Completed forms can be mailed to either of the 2 address above to have University records updated. Do not mail or email copies, scans, or pictures of the actual social security card!
Salisbury University is providing this information as a service to its students, but please keep in mind it is not an authority on taxation. Therefore, the University is not responsible for any misrepresentation of the IRS regulations. You should consult a tax advisor to determine if you qualify for the credit or for any other related questions.