How can I get a copy of my 1098-T Tax form?

1098-T forms are mailed to eligible students no later than January 31 st of every calendar year. Because the forms are mailed, students should promptly update their address information with the Registrar’s Office if a change occurs. Students can contact the Business Office at 814-886-6368 or businessoffice@mtaloy.edu with any questions or concerns regarding their 1098-T form.

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What is a 1098-T Tax form?

IRS Form 1098-T is an informational form. Per IRS regulations, this form is provided by the college to help students determine eligibility for educational tax credits, such as The American Opportunity Credit or the Lifetime Learning Credit. More information can be found regarding IRS Publication 970 at www.irs.gov.

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Does the college offer a payment plan?

A College Payment Plan is available to assist students in meeting their financial obligations. Payment plans can be set up on the MyMAC Portal Page using the Cashnet link or by calling the Business office at 814-886-6368. There is a non-refundable fee of $50.00 for the payment plan. All eligible financial aid, including grants and loans, will be applied prior to calculating the amount due. First installments are due on the initial stated due dates. [...]

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How do I calculate how much to borrow in a Parent Plus loan or alternative loan?

We encourage students to contact the Business Office at businessoffice@mtaloy.edu or 814-886-6368 to have an estimate prepared by our staff for the academic year. You can contact our office anytime for an estimate, but to receive the most accurate estimate it is best to have your financial aid award and be registered for the upcoming semester.

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How can I use my aid and/or loans to get books?

In the event that a student’s aid and/or loans exceed the cost of tuition and fees charged to a student’s account, a student can contact the Business Office to get a Bookstore Voucher to use in the college’s Bookstore. This voucher cannot exceed the amount of the credit available on the student’s account. To be eligible, the student’s financial aid file must be complete and have no conflicting or missing information. For example, verification (if [...]

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I am expecting a refund check, when will I get it?

In the event that a student’s aid and/or loans exceed the cost of tuition and fees charged to a student’s account, the college will issue a refund. Refunds are issued after the college officially receives the funding. Depending on the funding sources, this could take 8-10 weeks after the semester starts. Some students may receive multiple checks as the Business Office issues the refunds as the funding is received. If the college is waiting for [...]

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When is tuition due?

Tuition is generally due the week before the semester starts. However, you will receive a postcard from the Business Office with your official due date on it.

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How do I pay my tuition?

Mount Aloysius College accepts checks, money orders, debit/credit cards, and cash in the Business Office. The Business Office is located in the Administration Building in Room 124. There is a night depository located in the hallway beside the Payroll Office. Checks/money orders should be made payable to “Mount Aloysius College” or “MAC”. Checks/money orders can be mailed to the Business Office at 7373 Admiral Peary Hwy; Cresson, PA 16630. You can call 814-886-6368 and pay [...]

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