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Texas Southern University provides IRS Form 1098-T to all students who were enrolled during the previous tax year by January 31st. The main purpose of the form 1098T is to help students determine if they are eligible to receive two tax credits: the American Opportunity credit and the Lifetime Learning credit.  Texas Southern University reports  “Amounts Billed” in Box  2, and the amount of “Scholarships and Grants” in Box 5.

Frequently Asked Questions:

How Do I Access My 1098T?

  • Students have the option of receiving their 1098-T electronically or by mail. 
  • To receive your official 1098-T electronically, go to: (MyTSUWeb > Student Account > Online Payments) to complete the electronic acknowledgement, and you will be able to download your official IRS Form 1098-T when they become available. 
  • For students who do not want to receive the 1098-T electronically, the form will be mailed to your permanent address by January 31st.

Why Didn’t I Receive a 1098T?
You may not have qualified tuition and fee expenses for the previous calendar year, or an invalid SSN/TIN.  Visit the office of Student Accounting for a review of your account.

My SSN is incorrect on my 1098-T?
Please complete the SSN/TIN Correction Form and submit to the Office of Student Accounting

How do I get a reprint of my 1098-T?
Your 1098-T for all calendar years is available to you through your MyTSU web account.


  Jeffrey Thomas
  Director, Student Accounting
  Jerelyn Lemmie
  Accounting Manager
  Thuy Nguyen
  Sr. System Analyst
  Kavis Bell
  Sr. Accountant, Third Party & Collections
  Mathilda Christophe
  Sr. Accountant, Refunds
  Ra'Desha Lee
  Customer Service Liaison
  Lanecia Mckenzie
  Customer Service Representative
  Lexis Leassears
  Customer Service Representative
  Lashara Robinson
  Customer Service Representative