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1098-T Form Delivery

How Do I Get My 1098-T Form?

If eligible, you will receive a 1098-T form in the mail the last week in January. Verify your address on ASAP to make sure the form will be delivered to the correct address.

You can opt-in for electronic delivery by Jan. 15. To opt-in for an electronic 1098-T form, visit the Heartland/ECSI website:

  • Type in “San Antonio” and click on “The University of Texas at San Antonio,” then click on Submit
  • Enter: First name, last name, social security number, banner ID (@0xxxxxxx) and primary email address
  • Check “I’m not a Robot”
  • Click on the box next to the statement “By clicking submit, I agree to receive my 1098-T statement electronically and understand that I will not have a paper statement mailed to me”

I Didn’t Get My 1098-T

If you did not receive your 1098-T form in the mail, visit the Heartland website to download a copy.

  • Type in “San Antonio” and click on “The University of Texas-San Antonio,” then click on “Submit”
  • Enter your first name, last name, social security number and zip code (Note: It is important to use the zip code on file)
  • Check “I’m not a Robot” and click on “Continue”

I Can’t Find My 1098-T

If your form is not on the Heartland website, you may have not received one. Contact Financial Services to find out why you didn’t receive a 1098-T. Forms will not be issued under the following circumstances:

  • Grants, scholarships, and/or third-party sponsorships totaled more than your qualified tuition and fees
  • Do not have a valid SSN/TIN number on file
  • International students (unless requested with SSN and/or TIN on file)
  • Enrolled in non-degree programs
  • No qualified tuition and fees were charged during the calendar year

International Student Request

International students can request a 1098-T if the SSN/TIN number is missing or invalid and are otherwise eligible. You will need to submit the IRS Form W-9s to Financial Services and University Bursar’s office by mail, fax (210-458-2031) or in person. Important note: IRS form W-9s must include student’s ID number for proper application and should not be sent by email.