Systems Access Login
Services

Student Accounts

We’re here to assist you with questions about your student account.

Cashiering staff at any university campus cashier office can provide you with student account information, collect payments for tuition and fees and other miscellaneous campus charges, disburse refunds and process financial aid proceeds.

Students may view their Account Summary through the MyUH portal and even authorize parents or other payers to access and view their student account.

For questions about applying for financial aid, your aid award eligibility or status, please contact your home institution Financial Aid Office.

For questions about repayments of Student Loans, click Here for the Student Loans and Collections page.

Sign up For Direct Deposit e-Refunds!
direct deposit photo: Direct Deposit directdeposit.jpg
e-Refunds are available!   This is the most secure and convenient way to get a refund.  No need to wait for your check in the mail.

Tuition Schedules

View official tuition schedules

Billing and Payment Deadlines

You will not be sent a bill

After you register, your tuition and fee total will appear in your account summary. To view your account summary, log in to the MyUH portal, click on "Review My Charges / Make an Online Payment", then click on "Click here to access the Student Account Home Page." Be aware that making changes in your schedule may affect the amount due, so check your account summary each time you make a change.

By registering for classes, you agree that you are accepting financial responsibility for payment of charges for educational services. These charges may include but are not limited to tuition, student activity fees, course and other registration fees, room, meal plans, and collection costs that the University of Hawaii incurs in the collection of unpaid balances.

Payment Deadlines

All registered students must pay their tuition and fees by the designated deadline for each term. Payment must be RECEIVED at the Cashier's Office or processed on the web by the appropriate payment deadline.

Registration is not complete until payment for your classes has been processed by the Cashier's office.

WARNING - Students who fail to meet the payment deadlines MAY be subject to immediate dis-enrollment from all classes. Students who are dis-enrolled from all courses must re-register. Registration will be based on course availability at the time of re-registration.

Each campus establishes its own payment deadlines and cancellation or registration policies. Exact payment dates for each campus and term can be viewed at the sites below:

University of Hawaii at Manoa
http://www.hawaii.edu/myuh/manoa/

University of Hawaii at Hilo
http://hilo.hawaii.edu/uhh/bo/cashier/BillingandPaymentDeadlines.php

University of Hawaii at West Oahu
http://www.uhwo.hawaii.edu/campus-life/student-affairs/tuition-and-fees/

Hawaii Community College
http://hawaii.hawaii.edu/admissions/tuition.php

Honolulu Community College
http://honolulu.hawaii.edu/registration/payment.html

Kapiolani Community College
http://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/admissions/academic-calendar/

Kauai Community College
http://kauai.hawaii.edu/admissions/ar/pay_dates.htm

Leeward Community College
http://www.leeward.hawaii.edu/payment-deadlines

University of Hawai‘i, Maui College
http://maui.hawaii.edu/tuition-fees/

Windward Community College
http://windward.hawaii.edu/Business_Office/Tuition.html

Employee Tuition Waivers

All University of Hawaii employees, and spouses or domestic partners of employees in BU 07, 08, 86 and 87 who register for credit courses offered through any unit of the University of Hawaii are exempt from the payment of tuition and fees up to a maximum of 6 credits in accordance with Board of Regents Policy 6-11.

Go to https://www.hawaii.edu/ohr/benefits-leave/professional-development/ for more information.
You may also refer to the Employee Tuition Waiver guide.

To use a waiver you must:

  1. be employed at least 50% FTE
  2. apply for admission by the appropriate deadline and be admitted as a classified or unclassified student (applies only to UH Manoa, UH Hilo and UH West Oahu)
  3. obtain authorization to take classes from your supervisor
  4. register during the late registration period

Waivers may not be used to waive course fees, lab fees, professional fees nor to special funded courses which have insufficient revenue to cover costs.

An administrative fee will be assessed for each summer session and each extension course/term that you registered for.

UH employees at all campuses can apply their tuition waivers online (fall and spring only) after they have registered for their classes. On the "Complete this Registration Session" page, click on the "Use Faculty/Staff Waiver" link. If your waiver is successfully processed, a message will appear that says your account will be updated within 48 hours. The "Check My Registration Status" page also informs you that your tuition waiver was awarded.

If the system is unable to confirm your eligibility, you will get a message and link to the UH Tuition Waiver Form. You must complete this form and take it to any campus business office for processing by your payment deadline.

Tuition waivers for summer session are not online and can be processed at any campus business office.

An employee tuition waiver can be used for a maximum of 6 credits of tuition and fees. You are responsible for paying any additional tuition and fees beyond 6 credits. UH employees using tuition waivers are required to register after the semester begins and are therefore exempt from paying the late registration fee.

Employees who wish to use an employee tuition waiver to pay for classes must register only during the late registration period. Employee tuition waivers cannot be used to pay for registration done before this period. University Board of Regents policy states that faculty and staff may register only after the regular students have had an opportunity to register. If you register before the late registration period, you must pay for your registration. No refunds of tuition and fees will be made. Note: Any registration activity (adds or drops) in MyUH Online before the late registration period will disqualify you from using a faculty/staff tuition waiver.

Employee Spouse and Domestic Partner Tuition Waivers

Spouses and domestic partners of employees in bargaining units 07, 08, 86 and 87 are eligible to use tuition waivers. Conditions for use are the same as for employee tuition waivers. The employee must be employed at least 50% FTE and registration must occur during late registration.

Declaration of employee spouse/domestic partner status for tuition waiver purposes can be made by the employee at MyUH and selecting the 'My Profile' tab at the top of the page.

Tuition Waiver Use Deadline

UH employee and spouse/domestic partner tuition waivers are not accepted or processed after the last day of the 50 percent tuition refund period. If you fail to apply the waiver on time, payment will not be made and a financial obligation will be placed on your account.


Tuition and Fee Payments

Tuition and fee payments can be made by:

  • MyUH Online: Pay by MasterCard, VISA or any credit card accepted by the Discover Network such as Discover, Diners, and JCB, pinless debit card or web check (checking or savings account).

    Registered students may sign up for an installment payment plan for the fall and spring terms. Log on to MyUH for more details. The payment plan is not available during the summer terms.

  • Mail: Make checks payable to "University of Hawai'i" and mail to any campus business office.

    Mail payments must be RECEIVED by the appropriate payment deadline. You should allow a minimum of 5 days for delivery prior to the deadline. Do not use Campus Mail. To ensure proper crediting to your account, write your UH number on the bottom left corner of the check.

  • In Person: Pay by cash, check, money order, or cashier's check at any campus business office (no in-person credit card payment).

  • Parents and Other Authorized Users: If you have been set up as an Authorized User, you may logon to the Authorized User site with your email address and password provided to you.

EFT: The University of Hawaii does not accept wire transfers or e-mail payments from individual students.

Financial Aid Disbursements and Credit Balances

The University begins disbursing financial aid to the student account no earlier than ten (10) days before the start of each semester, provided you have completed all required financial aid documentation and are registered for the correct number of credits.

If the amount of financial aid exceeds the eligible charges on your account, the resulting credit balance will be refunded to you by the University of Hawaii Cashier's Office or the campus business office. The refund will be sent to you in the form of a paper check, mailed to your current mailing address, or deposited directly into your bank account, if you have signed up for an eRefund.

eRefunds (Direct deposit)

eRefunds are a quick, secure and convenient way to get your credit balance refunds.  eRefunds can be deposited directly into your checking or savings account, and you don’t have to  worry about a check getting lost in the mail, or make a trip to your bank. In addition, use of eRefunds means fewer paper checks and conservation of valuable resources.

To enroll in eRefunds :

  • Go to MyUH
  • Type in your UH username and UH password
  • Go to View Charges/Make Payment
  • Click on "Click here to access the Student Account Home Page"
  • Click on "Refund" tab at the top of the page.

After a refund is posted to your account, you will receive an e-mail confirming the amount of the refund and the date the refund was processed by the cashier’s office. Please allow 3-5 business days after the email for the funds to be credited to your bank account. Be sure to check with your bank that your funds are available in your account before you begin to write checks, pay bills or withdraw money.

Answers to frequently asked questions about eRefunds are available at University of Hawaii FAQs for Student eCommerce Services.

Note:  If your financial aid is reduced for any reason (i.e. your full time or half time status has changed, you receive additional resources, etc), you may owe a portion or all of the credit balance refund back to the University.

Sponsored Student/Third Party Payments

If your tuition is being paid by a third party sponsoring agency (e.g., World Health Organization, East-West Center, Alu Like, Vocational Rehabilitation, U.S. Armed Forces Branch, State of Hawai'i Department of Education, etc), the Cashier's office must receive the letters of financial guarantee, purchase orders or authorization letters from your sponsor by the appropriate home campus payment deadline.

If you have questions or want to confirm that your sponsor has met University billing requirement, please call your home campus business office. If these deadlines cannot be met, you should pay for your own tuition and fees by your payment deadline. When the sponsor sends payment for the tuition and fees, the University Cashier's Office will process a refund.

If the third party sponsoring agency does not make payment for your tuition for any reason after being billed by the University, you will be responsible for paying any unpaid balances on your student account. Failure to do so will result in sanctions for outstanding financial obligations being imposed on your student account.

National Service Trust/Americorps Recipients

Access the AmeriCorps online payments system at their website http://www.americorp.gov. In Quick Links, click "For Individuals" to create and submit an online request for your AmeriCorps Education Award benefits. AmeriCorps will send the request electronically to your selected campus financial aid office for processing. The financial aid office will certify your eligibility and submit the information to AmeriCorps. After AmeriCorps does the final approval, the funds will be sent electronically to the University. The request for payment should be made after you register but no later than 10 working days before your approriate payment deadline.

U.S. Army Reserve Tuition Subsidy

The 9th RSC has received approval for the Pacific Reserve Education Program (PREP). Take your approved form DA2171 to any campus Cashier's Office by the appropriate payment deadline. You are responsible for paying any remaining tuition and fees not covered by PREP. Contact your Army Reserve unit commander for more information.

VETERAN'S BENEFITS

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs approves applications and makes decisions about eligibility, payments and issuance of checks.

Each campus Veteran's Affairs Certifying Official is responsible for certifying and monitoring veterans' enrollment, academic progress, and other academic information. Visit the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs website http://www.gibill.va.gov/ for more information.

Post 9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33)

Chapter 33 payments for tuition and fees are paid directly to the University approximately six weeks after receiving certification from the campus VA Certifying Official.

Refunds due to changes in registration after the first day of the term will be sent to the student. Refunds due to non-attendance will be sent to VA. If funds are returned to the VA because you did not officially withdraw from the University, you will be responsible for all tuition and fee charges incurred.

Hawai'i campuses participate in the Yellow Ribbon program. Please check with the VA Certifying Official at your home campus for availability and eligibility.

MILITARY SPOUSE CAREER ADVANCEMENT ACCOUNTS (MyCAA)

MyCAA payments are paid directly to the University. You must bring or send a copy of your approved Financial Assistance Form to the campus business/cashier's office for each term you register at least 48 hours prior to your payment receipt deadline. This will ensure that an invoice is sent and grades will be posted for classes you are registered for. If the MyCAA program does not make payment for your tuition for any reason after being billed by the University, you will be responsible for paying any unpaid balances on your student account.

Hawaii National Guard Tuition Assistance

The Hawaii National Guard Tuition Assistance Program is a reimbursement program. At the end of each semester, the National Guard will reimburse Guard members directly for tuition. Please contact your unit commanding officer for further information. Students are responsible for paying all tuition and fees to the Cashier's Office by the appropriate payment deadline.

UH Achievement Scholarship Recipients

If you are receiving a University of Hawaii Achievement Scholarship, check with the college/department/office awarding the scholarship before you pay any tuition and fees. You are responsible to pay any remaining charges not covered by the scholarship. When awarded a scholarship, the awarding college/department/office will submit your information to the Financial Aid Office for disbursement. Once enrollment is verified and not earlier than 10 days before the start of the semester, your scholarship will be disbursed.

Employee Tuition Waivers

All University of Hawaii employees, and spouses or domestic partners of employees in BU 07, 08, 86 and 87 who register for credit courses offered through any unit of the University of Hawaii are exempt from the payment of tuition and fees up to a maximum of 6 credits in accordance with Board of Regents Policy 6-11.

Employee Tuition Waivers
Employee Spouse and Domestic Partner Tuition Waivers

Financial Aid Credit Balances

The University begins disbursing financial aid to the student account no earlier than ten (10) days before the start of each semester, provided you have completed all required financial aid documentation and are registered for the correct number of credits.

If the amount of financial aid exceeds the eligible charges on your account, the resulting credit balance will be refunded to you by the University of Hawaii Cashier's Office or the campus business office. The refund will be sent to you in the form of a paper check, mailed to your current mailing address, or deposited directly into your bank account, if you have signed up for an eRefund.

eRefunds (Direct deposit)

eRefunds are a quick, secure and convenient way to get your credit balance refunds.
eRefunds can be deposited directly into your checking or savings account, and you don’t have to worry about a check getting lost in the mail, or make a trip to your bank. In addition, use of eRefunds means fewer paper checks and conservation of valuable resources.

To enroll in eRefunds :

  • Go to MyUH
  • Type in your UH username and UH password
  • Go to View Charges/Make Payment
  • Click on "Click here to access the Student Account Home Page"
  • Click on "Refund" tab at the top of the page.

After a refund is posted to your account, you will receive an e-mail confirming the amount of the refund and the date the refund was processed by the cashier’s office. Please allow 3-5 business days after the email for the funds to be credited to your bank account. Be sure to check with your bank that your funds are available in your account before you begin to write checks, pay bills or withdraw money.

Answers to frequently asked questions about eRefunds are available at University of Hawaii FAQs for Student eCommerce Services

Tuition and Fee Refunds

If you drop or withdraw from classes by the specified refund deadline at each campus, you may be eligible for a refund of tuition and fees. Tuition is automatically recalculated and reversed during the refund period. After the refund deadline, tuition and fees will not be re-calculated or reversed. Students are responsible for all tuition and fees remaining on their account.

Refunds due to a complete withdrawal, change from full-time to part-time, drop in credit hours or change from one tuition rate to another are processed approximately 4 weeks after the end of the 50% drop period for the semester.

NOTE: Student activity fees are not refunded unless the student is completely withdrawn from ALL campuses of the University of Hawai'i system before the first day of the term.

University of Hawai‘i Student Refunds Policy

SIGN UP FOR DIRECT DEPOSIT (eRefund)

If you paid by cash or check, sign up to have your refund direct deposited into your U.S. bank account. This is the quickest way to receive a refund.
To enroll in eRefunds:

  • Go to MyUH       
  • Type in your UH username and UH password
  • Go to View Charges/Make Payment
  • Click on "Click here to access the Student Account Home Page"
  • Click on "eRefunds" tab at the top of the page

Direct deposit allows your money to go straight to your bank. The University of Hawai'i highly recommends you sign up for eRefund to avoid problems with lost checks due to outdated addresses and to save a trip to the bank. Use of eRefund means fewer paper checks and conservation of valuable resources.

You will receive an e-mail confirming the amount of the refund and the date the refund was processed by the cashier’s office. The money will be available in your bank account approximately 3-5 business days after receipt of the email. We deposit refunds daily Monday - Friday. However your bank may not post the money to your account immediately.

Be sure to check with your bank that your funds are available in your account before you begin to write checks, pay bills or withdraw money.

Other Important Refund Information

Refund checks are payable only to the student.

If you have a financial hold with the University of Hawaii, your refund may be delayed as it will not be processed until the unpaid obligation is cleared. Any refund will first be applied to unpaid charges owed to the University.

Note: If your financial aid is reduced for any reason (i.e. your full time or half time status has changed, you receive additional resources, etc), you may owe a portion or all of the credit balance refund back to the University.

Accounts Receivables/Collections

Financial Obligations

All students are expected to meet their financial obligations when due. These obligations include charges for tuition and fees, student loans, library fines, restitution for damaged items borrowed from the University and service charges for dishonored checks. Students who fail to remit payments when due will be subject to the rules and regulations governing delinquent obligations that have been adopted by the University of Hawai'i. An obligation incurred at one campus of the University of Hawai'i system will affect a student's standing at all other campuses.

The University reserves the right to impose sanctions such as denial of further registration, cancellation of registration, withdrawal of services and withholding of documents such as transcripts and diplomas, notation of the financial obligation on outgoing transcripts, as well as cessation of all rights and privileges which were conferred by the act of registration at all campuses.

Collections

It is the policy of the University of Hawaii that a student not be allowed to register for a subsequent semester until all past due financial obligations are paid. An unpaid delinquent account balance will result in placement of a hold on the student’s record and may also result in the cancellation of the student’s registration.

The University may not furnish transcripts or diplomas to students who have unpaid financial obligations. Any delinquent account may be referred to the State Tax department for tax setoff, referred to a collection agency or a credit bureau.

By registering for classes, students indicate that they are accepting financial responsibility for payment of charges for educational services. These may include but are not limited to tuition, student activity fees, course and other registration fees, room, meal plans and collection costs that the University of Hawaii incurs in the collection of unpaid balances.

Returned Checks

Checks tendered to the University of Hawaii or any department therein, and returned to the maker's bank for any reason will result in a $25.00 charge and a Hold will be placed on your student account. DO NOT issue a STOP PAYMENT on checks. A stop payment on a check is considered a returned check and is not acknowledged as an official drop from courses or withdrawal from the University.

The University reserves the right to no longer accept check payments for a student account that has had three (3) or more checks returned for any reason.

 

 

Glossary of Terms

American Opportunity Tax Credit

The American Opportunity Tax credit is a partially refundable tax credit that is part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) passed by Congress. This new credit modifies the existing Hope Credit for tax years 2009 through 2017 and is worth up to $2,500 of the cost of tuition and related expenses. The full credit is available to individuals whose modified adjusted gross income is $80,000 or less, or $160,000 or less for married couples filing a joint return. The credit is phased out for taxpayers with incomes above these levels. For more information, see Publication 970, Tax Benefits for Education.

Education Credits

Refers to IRS Form 8863. See definition below.

Eligible Dependent

An eligible dependent is a person for whom you claim a dependency exemption. It generally includes your unmarried child who is under age 19 or who is a full-time student under age 24 if you supply more than half the child's support for the year.

Eligible Educational Institution

An eligible educational institution generally includes any accredited public, nonprofit, or proprietary postsecondary institution eligible to participate in the student aid programs administered by the Department of Education. The University of Hawai‘i is an eligible educational institution.

Eligible Student

You, your spouse, or an eligible dependent can be an eligible student. The student must be enrolled at an eligible educational institution for at least one academic period (semester, trimester, quarter) during the year.

Form 1098-T

Form 1098-T is required to be mailed to all students who were enrolled during the 2013 calendar year. The information reported on the form will help to determine whether the student may qualify for the American Opportunity Tax credit or Lifetime Learning credit. A copy of the form is also being furnished to the IRS.

Form 8863

Form 8863, Education Credits, is used to calculate the eligible amount of the American Opportunity Tax credit and Lifetime Learning credit that can be claimed. This form must be submitted with the taxpayer's tax return to claim the credits.

Lifetime Learning Credit

The Lifetime Learning tax credit applies to students in undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs and to students enrolled in coursework to acquire or improve job skills. Students who are not eligible to claim the Hope tax credit may be eligible to claim the Lifetime Learning tax credit. This credit is not limited by the workload of the student and can be claimed for an unlimited number of years. The credit is applicable for payments made during the 2013 calendar year. Taxpayers may claim a maximum credit of $1,000, but the amount of the credit is phased out at certain income levels. See Publication 970 for more details.

Qualifed Tuition and Related Expenses

Includes expenses for tuition and fees required for enrollment or attendance. Fees required to be paid as a condition of enrollment or attendance meet the requirement of qualified tuition and related expenses. Does NOT include books, supplies, equipment, room and board, insurance, medical expenses, transportation, student activities, athletics (unless required for a degree-seeking program), or other similar personal or living expenses.

Tax Credit

A tax credit is subtracted from the amount of taxes you or your family owes. It differs from a tax deduction which is subtracted from your taxable income.

Online Services

    Tutorials on how to:

    • View your account charges and payments
    • Make an online payment
    • Set Up an Authorized User
    • Sign up for the payment plan

    are available at Student Tutorials for Payment Information and Options

  1. Update Your Address:
    • Go to MyUH
    • Type in your UH username and UH password
    • Go to Academic Services
    • Go to View/Update my Address
  2. View Your Form 1098T
    • Go to MyUH
    • Type in your UH username and password
    • Click on "Tax Notification"
    • Enter the Tax Year to view your record
  3. Making Payment
    • Go to MyUH
    • Type in your UH username and UH password
    • Go to View Charges/Make Payment
    • Click on "Click here to access the Student Account Home Page"
    • Click on "Payments" tab at the top of the page
  4. Designate an Authorized User
    • Go to MyUH
    • Type in your UH username and UH password
    • Go to View Charges/Make Payment
    • Click on "Click here to access the Student Account Home Page"
    • Click on "Authorized Users" tab at the top of the page
  5. Sign up for Payment Plan
    • Go to MyUH
    • Type in your UH username and UH password
    • Go to View Charges/Make Payment
    • Click on "Click here to access the Student Account Home Page"
    • Click on "My Account", then click on "Payment Plan" at the top of the page.
  6. Sign up for eRefund
    • Go to MyUH
    • Type in your UH username and UH password
    • Go to View Charges/Make Payment
    • Click on "Click here to access the Student Account Home Page"
    • Click on eRefund tab at the top of the page

1098T Tax Information

The 2016 1098T is currently available online. To view this form, please login to the MyUH Portal.


All students, except nonresident aliens students, who attended a University of Hawaii campus for credit classes during the 2016 calendar year and were billed for qualified tuition and related expenses or received a scholarship or grant will be able to view and download their Form 1098-T.  Forms will be provided by the end of January 2017. This form will serve as reference in assisting students to determine their eligibility for either the American Opportunity or Lifetime Learning Credit.

The Form 1098-T is a federal tax form which colleges and universities are required to issue in reporting qualified tuition and related expenses billed for each student (except for nonresident alien students) and the scholarships and grants given to each student for the calendar year.

Form 1098-T is informational only. Receipt of the Form 1098-T does not indicate eligibility for the tax credit.

Additionally, please note the following:

  • The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) does not require taxpayers to submit Form 1098-T when filing tax returns.
  • The education tax credit amount that each person can claim should be based on each person's personal payment records.
  • Professional tax advisors should be consulted. Students and parents are advised to use personal financial records to determine the qualifying amount for tax purposes,
  • The University will not determine if a student qualifies for the tax credit or supply tax advice.

The following are brief explanations of each of the tax credits.

American Opportunity Tax Credit

The American Opportunity Tax Credit allows a maximum refundable tax credit of up to $2,500 for each eligible student for qualified tuition and related expenses paid during the first four years of undergraduate education. Qualified tuition and related expenses are tuition, fees, and course materials required for a student to enroll at or attend an eligible educational institution. This credit will be available only for the years 2009 through 2017, unless Congress decides to extend the credit to other years.

Lifetime Learning Tax Credit

The Lifetime Learning Credit allows a maximum credit of up to $2,000 for eligible expenses paid during the calendar year. The Lifetime Learning tax credit applies to students in undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs and to students enrolled in coursework to acquire or improve job skills. Students who are not eligible to claim the American Opportunity tax credit may be eligible to claim the Lifetime Learning tax credit.

What does this mean for UH students?

A 1098-T form will be generated for all students, except nonresident alien students, who attended a University of Hawaii campus for credit classes and were billed for qualified tuition and related expenses or received a scholarship or grant during the 2016 calandar year. Forms will be available for viewing in MyUH by January 31, 2017.  Contact your campus contact person if you need assistance.

How do I take advantage of these benefits?

Please review the IRS Publication 970 and consult with a professional tax advisor to determine if you are eligible for any tax benefits for education and related issues. IRS Publication 970 will also provide information on how to claim these benefits.

Nonresident alien students

If you are a nonresident alien for any part of the year, you generally cannot claim the education credits. However, if you are considered a resident alien of the United States for tax purposes, as defined by the IRS, you may be eligible for the American Opportunity Tax Credit or Lifetime Learning Credit. For additional information, see IRS Publication 970, Tax Benefits for Higher Education. Further information on claiming education tax credits for non-resident aliens can be found at in IRS Publication 4152

Sample 1098T Form
Glossary
Electronic Consent

Other Useful IRS Links

Tax Information for Students
Tax Information for Foreign Students and Scholars
Tax Benefits for Education
Publication 970 - Tax Benefits for Education
Form 8863 - Education Credits (American Opportunity and Lifetime Learning Credits)
W9-S Form - Request for Student’s or Borrower’s Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification
 

Sample 1098T Form

All students, except nonresident alien students, who attended a University of Hawaii campus during the 2014 calendar year and were billed for qualified tuition and related expenses will receive this form. Forms will be available for viewing in MyUH by January 31, 2016.

The Form 1098-T is the information that colleges and universities are required to issue for the purpose of determining eligibility for U.S. education tax credits when filing annual US income tax returns with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Form 1098-T is informational only. Receipt of the Form 1098-T does not indicate eligibility for the tax credit.

Please read this page carefully as it explains the information reported on the form.

 

1098t sample

Box 1: Payments received or qualified tuition and related expenses

Not applicable. See box 2.
Box 2: Amounts billed for qualified tuition and related expenses
Shows the total amounts billed for qualified tuition and related expenses less any related reductions in charges required for a student to be enrolled at or attend the University of Hawaii. Per IRS regulations, student health fees are specifically excluded from Box 2 as well as other student fees where personal benefit is provided to the student.
Note: Pursuant to Internal Revenue Service's tax regulation, the University is authorized to only report qualified tuition and related expenses in box 2, less any related reductions in charges.
Box 3: Reporting Method
This box will be checked if the educational institution has changed its reporting method for 2014. UH did not change its reporting method for 2014.
Box 4: Adjustments made for a prior year
Shows any adjustment made for a prior year for qualified tuition and related expenses that were reported on a prior year Form 1098-T. This amount may reduce any allowable education credit you may claim for the prior year. See IRS Form 8863 or Pub 970 for more information.
Box 5: Scholarships or grants
Shows the total amount of any scholarships or grants administered and processed by the eligible educational institution during the calendar year. Scholarships and grants generally include all payments received from 3rd parties (excluding family members and loan proceeds). This includes payments received from governmental and private entities such as the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Department of Defense, civic, and religious organizations, and nonprofit entities. The amount of scholarships or grants for the calendar year (including those not reported by the institution) may reduce the amount of any allowable tuition and fees deduction or the education credit you may claim for the year.
Box 6: Adjustments to scholarships or grants for a prior year
Shows adjustments to scholarships or grants for a prior year. This amount may affect the amount of any allowable tuition and fees deduction or education credit you may claim for the prior year. See Pub 970 for how to report these amounts.
Box 7: The amount in box 1 or 2 includes amounts for an academic period beginning January-March 2016. (if checked)
If this box is checked, the amount in box 1 or 2 includes amounts for an academic period beginning January-March 2016. See Pub 970 for how to report these amounts.
Box 8: Checked if at least half-time student
Shows whether you are considered to be carrying at least one-half the normal full-time workload for your course of study at the reporting institution. If you are at least a half-time student for at least one academic period that begins during the year, you meet one of the requirements for the American Opportunity credit. You do not have to meet the workload requirement to qualify for the tuition and fees deduction or the lifetime learning credit.
Box 9: Checked if a graduate student
Shows whether you are considered to be enrolled in a program leading to a graduate degree, graduate-level certificate, or other recognized graduate-level educational credential. If you are enrolled in a graduate program, you are not eligible for the American Opportunity credit, but you may qualify for the tuition and fees deduction or the Lifetime Learning Credit.
Box 10: Reimbursements or refunds of qualified tuition and related expenses from an insurance contract
Not applicable to UH, applies only to insurers.
Filer's Information (Upper Left Corner): Shows the name, address, and phone number of the University. For University of Hawaii students, the following should appear:

University of Hawaii
2444 Dole St., Bachman Annex 13
Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96822
phone: (808) 956-0909


Form 1098-T Electronic Consent and Delivery Information

You consented to receive your Form 1098-T electronically. Tax statements are generally available for viewing from January 31 to October 31 of the current year, for the previous tax year. (Example: Tax year 2015 statements are available from January 31 to October 31, 2016)

Please read the important information below regarding the electronic delivery of your 1098-T:

  1. An email will be sent to your hawaii.edu email address when the Form 1098-T is available for viewing and retrieval. The subject line of the email will be "IMPORTANT TAX RETURN DOCUMENT AVAILABLE".
  2.  

  3. Electronic delivery of the IRS Form 1098-T remains in effect for the remainder of your time at UH, until one of the following occurs:

    1. You request to opt-out of electronic delivery of the 1098-T form, or
    2. The University ceases to provide the option for electronic delivery

  4. If you wish to opt-out of electronic delivery, you MUST send an email to billpayment-l@lists.hawaii.edu and request to opt out. You will receive an email response confirming your request to opt-out of electronic delivery.

    Requests for paper statements are not treated as automatic withdrawals of electronic consent. The withdrawal of consent for electronic delivery does not apply to electronically furnished statements issued before the date of withdrawal of consent takes effect. If you opt-out of electronic delivery, a paper form will be mailed to your permanent address by January 31 of each year.
  5.  

  6. Paper forms are mailed to your permanent address in the student information system. To ensure receipt of this important tax document, you must keep your permanent address current by either one of the following methods:

    1. By mail: Download the Student Data Change Form and mail in your updated Permanent Address
    2. In-person: Fill in the updated Permanent Address on the Student Data Change Form at submit to your home campus Student Records Office.

     

  7. No special hardware or software is necessary to view your Form 1098-T. When you agreed to receive your Form 1098-T electronically in MyUH, you confirmed your ability to view the document in the format it will be provided.
  8.  

  9. If you need copies of forms from previous tax years, please email billpayment-l@lists.hawaii.edu
  10. Questions about your 1098-T form? Contact: billpayment-l@lists.hawaii.edu

     

1098-T FAQs

Q: How do I claim these tax credits?

A: You must file a U.S. income tax return with the Internal Revenue Service, and complete IRS Form 8863 Education Credits.

The Form 1098-T is informational only. The amount in Box 2 of Form1098-T is the amount billed by UH in calendar year 2013, and may be different than amount you actually paid. On Form 8863, the taxpayer should report amounts paid, based on their own financial records. Please consult a tax advisor and/or refer to the IRS Publication 970 for additional information.

Q: May someone other than the student be provided with any information reported on Form 1098-T?

A: No. Under federal regulations on privacy rights for individuals, the University is authorized to provide information reported on Form 1098-T only to students.

UH-SPECIFIC

Q: Why doesn’t the 1098- T include all of the charges for courses that I took in 2013?

A: Students who pre-registered for Spring 2013 in calendar year 2012 will have the charges reported on their 2012 Form 1098-T, as the charges were posted to your student account in calendar year 2012.

Q: Why doesn’t the 1098-T include payments I made towards qualified tuition and related expenses in 2013?

A: UH does not report payments made towards qualified tuition and related expenses on the Form 1098-T. Taxpayers should use their own records to determine actual amounts paid.

Q: What should I do if I receive a 1098-T and the SSN is incorrect or blank?

A: UH does not have your SSN or ITIN on file. Please provide the appropriate documentation to your home campus records office. Once this has been completed, please contact your home campus business office to have the Form 1098-T re-issued.

Q: I attended UH during 2013 but did not receive a form. Why not?

A: If your permanent address has changed since attending the University during 2013 and you did not update that information at the campus's Records office, it is likely that your form was mailed to the last address on record. See answer to question 6 in this section on how to properly change your permanent address.

Q: When will the 1098-T form be available?

A. Paper 1098-T forms will be provided to you on or before January 31, 2014. Electronic forms will be available for viewing earlier.

Q: If a paper 1098-T is being provided, what address will it be mailed to?

A: Per federal regulations, this form will be mailed to the student’s permanent address on file in the UH student registration system. If the University does not have a permanent address on file, the form will be mailed to your mailing address. If your permanent address was incorrect, and you did not receive a 1098T form as a result, please take the following steps:

  1. Login at MyUH and click on "Tax Notification" to print your 1098-T form.
  2. Download the Student Data Change Form Student Data Change Form and mail in or take the form with updated information to your home institution’s records office. You cannot update your permanent address on-line, only mailing addresses can be updated on-line.

Note: It is very important that you update your permanent address in the student registration system any time there is a change. If you do not change your permanent address, your 1098T form will continue to be mailed to an incorrect address.

Q: If I report an address change in the information on my 1098-T form, will I receive an updated copy?

A: No, updated forms will only be furnished if there is a correction to the social security number.

eDeposit

Fiscal Officer Training

Fiscal Officer Training Handout can be found on the FO Training web site.

General FAQs

    Q: WHEN ARE PAYMENTS DUE?
    A: You may pay for tuition any time after you register but no later than your designated payment deadline.

    Students awarded financial aid through a UH Financial Aid Office must pay no later than the date aid is received.

    PLEASE READ THE SCHEDULE OF CLASSES FOR SPECIFIC PAYMENT DATES EACH SEMESTER. All payments must be RECEIVED, not postmarked, by the Cashier’s Office by the appropriate deadline.

    Q: HOW DO I PAY AND WHERE DO I SEND MY PAYMENT?
    A: On the web, pay by MasterCard, VISA, or any credit card accepted by the Discover Network such as Discover, China Union Pay, Diners, and JCB or web check (checking or savings account).

    By mail, make checks payable to "University of Hawai'i" and mail to any campus business office. To ensure proper crediting to your account, write your UH number on the bottom left corner of the check.

    In person, pay by cash, check, money order or cashier's check at any campus business office (no in-person credit card payment).

    Q: DO I GET A RECEIPT UPON PAYMENT OF MY TUITION?
    A: Not all campuses issue receipts for non-cash payments. You can go to your MyUH online, "Student Records" account. In the "View of Account for Each Term" option, you can print a summary of your semester charges and payments.
    Q: WHAT HAPPENS IF I DON’T PAY MY TUITION AND FEES ON TIME?
    A: Each campus establishes its own cancellation policy for non payment. PLEASE READ THE SCHEDULE OF CLASSES FOR SPECIFIC PAYMENT DATES and CANCELLATION OR REGISTRATION POLICIES FOR NON PAYMENT EACH SEMESTER.
    Q: DOES THE UNIVERSITY OFFER ANY PAYMENT PLAN?
    A: Yes, a payment plan is available for fall and spring terms. There is no payment plan for summer terms. View payment plan information here
    Q: DOES THE UNIVERSITY ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS FOR PAYMENT OF TUITION?
    A: Yes, the University accepts credit cards for payment of tuition and fees. Credit cards accepted include VISA, MasterCard, or any credit card accepted by the Discover Network such as Discover, China Union Pay, Diners, and JCB. Credit Card payment can only be processed through the web via MyUH.
    Q: DO I WAIT FOR A BILL BEFORE PAYING MY TUITION?
    A: Do not wait for a bill. A bill will not be mailed to you. The University does not send out bills for tuition and fees owed. You can view the amount you owed by going online to your MyUH account.
    Q: HOW IS MY REFUND PROCESSED IF I SHOULD WITHDRAW FROM A CLASS WITHIN THE DEADLINE?
    A: Refunds are processed after the 50% refund period each semester.

    If you paid with a credit card, your credit card will be credited for the amount of the refund due.

    If you paid by cash or check, and have signed up for eRefunds, a refund will be deposited directly to your bank account. To sign up for eRefunds, log on to MyUH at myuh.hawaii.edu and click the links as follows:

    1. Select "Sign up for eRefunds" which will take you to the View My Charges, Make a Payment, eRefund Sign-up page.
    2. Click on "Click here to access the Student Account Home Page"
    3. Select "Refunds" tab at the top of the page.
    4. Click on "Payment Profile" to set up your refund account -- You may designate an existing bank account in your payment profile to accept eRefunds or add a new bank account.
    5. Double check your bank account and routing numbers.

    Note: You may designate only one bank account to receive eRefunds.

    If you do not sign up for eRefunds, a paper check, payable to the student, will be mailed to the student's mailing address on file in the student information system. Please verify and update your Mailing Address, as all refund checks will be mailed to addresses in the following priority:

    1. Mailing Address
    2. Permanent Address (If Mailing Address is blank)

    Mailing address corrections can be made online through MyUH or in-person at any campus Records office. Permanent address corrections can only be made in-person at the student's home campus Records office.

    Q: WHERE DO I PICK UP MY FINANCIAL AID CHECK FROM?
    A: Sign up for eRefund and your financial aid credit balance will be automatically deposited into your bank account. You will receive an e-mail with the amount and the date the credit balance was processed by the cashier’s office.

    If you have not signed up for automatic deposit, a paper check will be mailed to your refund/mailing address. The University starts mailing residual checks to students' mailing address no sooner than 10 days before the start of the semester. Please update your refund/mailing address at MyUH or contact the Records Office. Failure to update your refund/mailing address may delay the receipt of your refund check.

    Q: WHERE DO I GO TO GET A VERIFICATION OF ENROLLMENT?
    A: You can obtain a verification of enrollment from your home Campus Admissions and Records Office.
    Q: WHO CAN I CONTACT IF I AM HAVING PROBLEMS WITH REGISTRATION?
    A: Email banner-help@lists.hawaii.edu or call your home campus registrar.
    Q: WHO CAN I CONTACT IF I AM HAVING PROBLEMS WITH PAYING FOR MY TUITION?
    A: Email billpayment-l@lists.hawaii.edu or call your home campus cashier’s office.
    Q: WHAT ARE THE CASHIER'S OFFICE HOURS?
    A: Please read the Schedule of Classes for specific dates and times each semester. See University Cashier's Office Contacts link.

Student eCommerce FAQs

For more information please visit the link below:
http://myuhinfo.hawaii.edu/object/paymentfaq.html

Contact Us

Each University of Hawaii student is assigned an email address when admitted. Your email address is in username@hawaii.edu format.  

Email sent to your UH email account is considered an official channel of communication by the University. 


All email for payments, refunds and payment plans will be sent to this email address so you are responsible for checking it regularly. You may check your UH email through MyUH or directly at http://gmail.hawaii.edu.

Please use your "hawaii.edu" e-mail when corresponding via email and include your UH student ID# in your message.

For inquiries about your student account, email billpayment-l@lists.hawaii.edu

Although we welcome inquiries from parents, due to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), we are not be able to discuss with parents the details of a student’s account without the student’s written consent.  We are only able to discuss general information with parents.   Therefore, when making inquiries, it is preferable that the student make direct contact with the department or office involved.

Please Select Your Home Campus

University of Hawai'i at Manoa +

Cashier Window Service
M-F - 8:30 am - 3:30 pm

2600 Campus Rd. QLCSS 105
Honolulu, HI 96822-2205                                                                 
Phone: 808-956-7554
Located in the QLC Student Services Bldg, Room 105

Name Area of Responsibility Phone Number Email
Derek Seu Director 956-2100 dseu@hawaii.edu
Janice Kondo Student Accounts 956-2101 kondoj@hawaii.edu
Carol Arai Student Accounts 956-2103 carai@hawaii.edu
Kenrick Nakamura Student Accounts 956-2106 kenrickn@hawaii.edu
Deborah Nakashima Student Accounts 956-2104 dn@hawaii.edu
Lloyd Nakata IT Support 956-3171 lloydn@hawaii.edu
Susan Suenaga Student Accounts 956-2099 ssuenaga@hawaii.edu


University of Hawai'i at Manoa Outreach College +


Cashier Window Service
M-F - 8:30 am - 3:30 pm

2425 Campus Road, Room 301
Honolulu, HI 96822-2203                                                          
Phone: 808-956-6878
Located in Sinclair Library Rm 301

Name

Area of Responsibility

Phone Number

Email

Lisa Miyamoto
Matsuda

Student Accounts

956-8245

lmiyamoto@hawaii.edu

Patrick Laoron

Cashier

956-6878

laoronp@hawaii.edu



University of Hawai'i at Manoa Student Housing - Cashier +

Cashier Window Service
M-F - 7:45 am - 4:00 pm

Frear Hall
2569 Dole St.                                                                                    
Honolulu, HI 96822-2381
Phone: 808-956-5178
Located on the street level

Name

Area of Responsibility

Phone Number

Email

Cathy Chow Student Housing 956-4017 ctchow@hawaii.edu
Aileen Kozai Student Housing 956-4014 akozai@hawaii.edu

University of Hawai'i at Hilo +

Cashier Window Service
M-F - 8:00 am - 4:00 pm


200 W. Kawili St. Hilo, HI 96720-4091
Phone: 808-932-7025
Located in the Student Services Center, Room W-101
email:  uhhcash@hawaii.edu


Name

Area of Responsibility

Phone Number

Email

Grant Okazaki

Student Accounts

932-7021    

gokazaki@hawaii.edu

University of Hawai'i at West O'ahu +

Cashier Window Service
M-Th - 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Fri - 8:00 am - 3:00 pm


91-1001 Farrington Hwy.
Kapolei, Hawaii 96707
Phone: 808-689-2890
Located in Campus Center C-144

Name

Area of Responsibility

Phone Number

Email

Tracy Higa

Student Accounts

689-2888    

 tracyhig@hawaii.edu


Hawai'i Community College +

Cashier Window Service
M-F 8:30 am - 4:00 pm


200 W. Kawili St. Hilo,
HI 96720-4091
Phone: 808-934-2740
Located in Bldg. 397

Name

Area of Responsibility

Phone Number

Email

Kirk Mikami

Student Accounts

934-2746

kirkmika@hawaii.edu


Honolulu Community College +

Cashier Window Service
M-F- 8:00 am - 4:00 pm


874 Dillingham Blvd.
Honolulu, HI 96817-4598
Phone: 808-845-9102
Located in Bldg. 6, First Floor

Name

Area of Responsibility

Phone Number

Email

Sheryl Ishihara

Cashier/Student Accounts

845-9102

sheryli@hawaii.edu

Pearl Nakagawa

Cashier/Student Accounts

845-9139

pearlnak@hawaii.edu

Cindy Yang

Cashier/Student Accounts

845-9140

cyyang@hawaii.edu

Debra Umetsu

Cashier/Student Accounts

421-4350

debrau@hawaii.edu

 

Kapi'olani Community College +

Cashier Window Service
M-F - 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

4303 Diamond Head Rd.
Honolulu, HI 96816-4421
Phone: 808-734-9524
Located in Ilima 106

Name

Area of Responsibility

Phone Number

Email

Cynthia Chin Delong

Student Accounts

734-9888

chinc@hawaii.edu

Wanda Mita

Student Accounts

734-9524

wandar@hawaii.edu

Nathan Goo

Student Accounts

734-9524

nathang@hawaii.edu

 

Kaua'i Community College +

Cashier Window Service
M-F - 8:00 am - 3:30 pm


3-1901 Kaumualii Hwy.
Lihue, HI 96766-9500
Phone: 808-245-8205
Located in the One Stop Center

Name

Area of Responsibility

Phone Number

Email

Cecilia Ramones

Student Accounts

245-8205

cramones@hawaii.edu


Leeward Community College +

Cashier Window Service
M-F - 8:00 am - 3:30 pm

96-045 Ala Ike St.
Pearl City, HI 96782-3393
Phone: 808-455-0308
Located in Administration Bldg.

Name

Area of Responsibility

Phone Number

Email

Patty Umetsu

Student Accounts

455-0328

pumetsu4@hawaii.edu

Chana Tamura

Cashier

455-0656

chanat@hawaii.edu


University of Hawai'i, Maui College+

Cashier Window Service
M-Th - 8:30 am - 3:30 pm

Fri - 8:30am - 12:00pm
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

310 West Kaahumanu Ave.
Kahului, HI 96732-1617
Phone: 808-984-3257
Located in Hookipa Bldg, Room 113

Name

Area of Responsibility

Phone Number

Email

Talia Purdy

Student Accounts

984-3387

tpurdy@hawaii.edu

Liane Awana

Student Accounts

984-3347

lawana@hawaii.edu

Windward Community College+

Cashier Window Service
M-F - 8:00 am - 3:30 pm

45-720 Keaahala Road
Kaneohe, Hawaii 96744
Phone: 808-235-7411
Located in Alakai Bldg, Room 114

Name

Area of Responsibility

Phone Number

Email

Kawai Shapiro

Student Accounts

235-7408

kawaialo@hawaii.edu

1098T Campus Contacts
The names listed here are provided for students who:
(1) need to correct social security number on their 1098-T form
(2) did not receive a form
(3) need clarification on specific 1098-T items
Please contact the appropriate representative for the campus(es) attended. Note: Campus representatives are not tax advisors. If you require information on how to claim the tax benefits and whether you qualify for the credit, please consult your tax advisor.

Type Name Title Phone# Email
UH Manoa
Tuition  Janice Kondo Fiscal Acctng Spec 956-7554 kondoj@hawaii.edu
Tuition  Derek Seu Director, Cashier's Office 956-7554 dseu@hawaii.edu
Financial Aid  Jodie Kuba Financial Aid Director 956-3993 jodiek@hawaii.edu
Enrollment  Stuart Lau Registrar 956-8010 uhmanoa.records@hawaii.edu
UH Hilo
Tuition  Grant Okazaki Fiscal Specialist 932-7025 uhhcash@hawaii.edu
Financial Aid  Sherrie Padilla Financial Aid Director 932-7449 uhhfao@hawaii.edu
Enrollment  Chelsea-Kay Wong Interim Registrar 932-7447 UHHRO@hawaii.edu
UH West Oahu
Tuition  Tracy Higa Admin Svcs Spec 689-2888 tracyhig@hawaii.edu
Financial Aid  Helen Longao Financial Aid Officer 689-2689 longao@hawaii.edu
Enrollment  Robyn Oshiro Registrar 689-2900 robyno@hawaii.edu
Hawaii CC
Tuition  Kirk Mikami Admin & Fiscal Supp Spec 934-2746 kirkmika@hawaii.edu
Financial Aid  Susan Olsen Financial Aid Officer 934-2712 susan32@hawaii.edu
Enrollment  Dorinna Manuel-Cortez Registrar 934-2710 dorinna@hawaii.edu
Honolulu CC
Tuition  Myrna Patterson Interim Fiscal Manager 845-9115 mpatters@hawaii.edu
Financial Aid Jannine Oyama Financial Aid Director 845-9116 jannine@hawaii.edu
Enrollment  Josephine Stenberg Registrar 845-9119 jstenber@hawaii.edu
Kapiolani CC
Tuition  Cynthia Chin Delong Admin & Fiscal Supp Spec 734-9888 chinc@hawaii.edu
Tuition  Wanda Mita Cashier 734-9524 wandar@hawaii.edu
Financial Aid  Jennifer Bradley Financial Aid Specialist 734-9890 jbradley@hawaii.edu
Enrollment  Jerilynn Lorenzo Registrar 734-9899 jilorenz@hawaii.edu
Kauai CC
Tuition  Phyllis Vidinha Admin & Fiscal Supp Spec 245-8213 pvidinha@hawaii.edu
Financial Aid  Jeff Anderson Financial Aid Officer 245-8384 jeffa@hawaii.edu
Enrollment  Kailana Soto Registrar 245-8226 kailana@hawaii.edu
Leeward CC
Tuition  Cecilia Lucas Fiscal Administrator 455-0325 cblucas@hawaii.edu
Tuition  Patty Umetsu Student Account Supervisor 455-0308 pumetsu4@hawaii.edu
Financial Aid  Aileen Matsuda Financial Aid Officer 455-0606 amatsuda@hawaii.edu
Enrollment  Grant Helgeson Registrar 455-0645 helgeson@hawaii.edu
Enrollment  Deanne Ishida Office Assistant 455-0645 ishidad@hawaii.edu
UH Maui College
Tuition  Talia Purdy Institutional Support 984-3387 tpurdy@hawaii.edu
Financial Aid  Kilohana Miller Assistant Financial Aid Officer 984-3518 kilohana@hawaii.edu
Enrollment  Flora Mora Registrar 984-3517 fmora@hawaii.edu
Enrollment  Tressy Aheong Office Assistant 984-3513 tressy@hawaii.edu
Enrollment  Georgette Tanaka Office Assistant 984-3514 tanakag@hawaii.edu
Windward CC
Tuition  Sharon Nakagawa Fiscal Manager 235-7412 ssnakaga@hawaii.edu
Financial Aid  Steven Chigawa Financial Aid Director 235-7449 chigawa@hawaii.edu
Enrollment  Geri Imai Registrar 235-7432 gerii@hawaii.edu
Enrollment  Karen Puu Office Assistant 235-7432 kpuu@hawaii.edu

System Bursar

2444 Dole St., Bachman Annex 13
Honolulu, HI 96822
Phone: 808-956‐2144

Name

Area of Responsibility

Phone Number

Email

Wendall Ho Bursar 956‐2144 wendall@hawaii.edu
Richard Komenaka Collection Specialist 956‐6295 rkomenak@hawaii.edu
Sandi Wong Banner AR Support 956‐0817 slwong@hawaii.edu

Policies & Guidelines

Administrative Procedures

AP 8.731 Delinquent Financial Obligations
Procedures to collect delinquent financial obligations owed to the University.
Specific notification requirements, appeal process, sanctions imposed, and recovery options are noted.

AP 8.740 Dishonored Checks
Procedures for the processing of dishonored checks.
All dishonored checks shall be recorded in KFS Accounts Receivable .

AP 8.760 IRS Compliance for Reporting Cash Payments Over $10,000
Reporting requirements for cash payments over $10,000 in any 12-month period.

AP 8.770 Student Refunds
Procedures for issuing student refunds and financial aid credit balances

Training

Grant-in-Aid Tab for Scholarship/Fellowship Payment Process

Employee Tuition Waiver Process