Electronic Tax Form 1098-T

Student Financial Services has shared the following announcement with families about Electronic Tax Form 1098-T.


Wake Forest University is pleased to offer tax form 1098-T in electronic format via WIN. This new feature will provide students with a fast, convenient and secure way to access their tax form and also allow them to view prior year(s) 1098-T tax forms.

In order for the student to view the form electronically, they must grant consent via WIN by completing the below three easy steps. This consent is only available via the student WIN login. After consent is granted by the student, all future and past 1098-T forms will be available to view via the student WIN login until they separate from the University.

Step 1: Log into WIN and navigate to the “Personal” tab

Step 2: Click on the “1098-T Electronic Consent” Link

Step 3: Read the consent and click the checkbox and press the “Submit” button.

Congratulations, you can now view all your 1098-T tax forms electronically.

Electronic 1098-T Forms for tax year 2013 will be available to view via WIN by mid-January 2014 by students who grant consent.

If a student does not grant consent via WIN, then their 2013 1098-T tax form will be mailed by January 31, 2014 to their address on file with the Registrar’s office.

Advantages to viewing the1098-T electronically are quicker access to see the tax form and the ability to access prior year’s forms.  If the student does not provide consent, Wake Forest University is required to mail them the 2013 1098-T form to the address on file with the Registrar’s Office but we are encouraging all students to take advantage of the new electronic access.

If you have further questions, please contact Student Financial Services at 336-758-5234 or email sfs@nullwfu.edu and we will be happy to assist you.


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