T2202 Tax Receipts
You can access and print your T2202 form via Student Home.
If you wish to have a duplicate prepared, there is a $11.30 (HST included) fee. Requests for replacement receipts must be made in writing, using the Tuition & Education Credit (T2202) form. You may submit your completed form using one of the options outlined on the T2202 form page. During the busy tax season, (February to April) there may be delay in processing requests.
If Your Address has Changed
There are three ways to advise the College of an address change:
- Change your address online through Student Home
- Complete an Address or Name Change Form
- Visit the Registration & Records Office at any Seneca College campus
For Children’s Programs (camps), retain your original Confirmation of Registration form for income tax purposes. No other receipt will be issued.
Official receipts for income tax purposes for tuition fees paid for qualifying courses taken during the preceding calendar year are available on Student Home, normally in late February. In accordance with Revenue Canada regulations, official receipts (T2202 Forms) are issued only for tuition fees totalling more than $100.00. Materials and administrative fees are not eligible for tax deduction.
Tax Receipts: Common Questions and Answers
T2202 forms are issued to students who have paid $100.00 or more in eligible fees (see eligible fees list) for postsecondary level courses beginning and ending in a particular calendar year.
Tax receipts will reflect only the "eligible fees", not all the fees that may have been paid. Therefore the tax receipt will be at least $100.00 less per term than the actual amount paid for a full-time program, and at least $16.00 less than the actual amount paid per part-time course.
Tax receipts reflect a calendar year. For the year 2018, the terms included will be Winter 2018, Summer 2018, Fall 2018. If you were enrolled in Winter 2019, that receipt will be issued the following year.
Full time students may claim $400.00/month tax credit for attendance as recorded in column C: and Part-time students (studying at least 12 hours per month in a course running longer than 3 weeks) may claim 120.00/month tax credit for attendance, as recorded in column B.
Students MAY NOT combine receipts from institutions to meet the minimum eligible fee as per the Income Tax Act.
You may submit the T2202 as received even if the address is incorrect. Note that it is not necessary for students to submit the T2202 form with the tax return, but they must produce it if requested by Revenue Canada.
Parents may choose to claim Sports/Summer camps as day care, and should use the receipt(s) provided at the time of registration for their child/children. Summer camps do NOT qualify as tuition and no T2202 form will be produced.
Students must use the Tuition & Education Credit Certificate (T2202) on their own tax return until the Federal Tax payable is reduced to zero, after which the student may then transfer the balance of the credit to another eligible party using the reverse side of the T2202 form, as per the Income Tax Act. This requires the student's signature.
In depth questions regarding the use of the T2202 form in the tax preparation process should be directed to Revenue Canada. Tax guides are available from any Revenue Canada office or a Post Office. Revenue Canada also publishes a booklet called "Students & Income Tax" - Government form P105(E).
If you have a question for Seneca College regarding your T2202 please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Only those fees in the eligible column are included in the tuition amount on the T2202 form.
Replacement receipts for previous years may be requested at the cost of $11.30 per calendar year (HST included). Requests for replacement receipts must be made in writing, using the Tuition & Education Credit (T2202) form. You may submit your completed form using one of the options outlined on the T2202 form page.
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) requires all designated educational institutions in Canada to file T2202 Tuition and Enrolment Certificate forms as well as T4A (if applicable) with the CRA and to make them available to students by the end of February of the following year. In order to file this information, a SIN/ITN number is required for all students.
Subsection 237 of the Income Tax Act requires that you provide your SIN, upon request, to the preparer of the tax information slip. For more information on this requirement, as well as other information for students and income tax, please visit the CRA website via the following links:
View our Privacy Notice or access the “SIN/ITN Number” link on Student Home under the “Profile” tile.
You can use this page to enter your SIN number, or in the case of a temporary SIN/ITN, update the number and/or expiry date. If you are experiencing any difficulties with this page or for any other changes, please contact the Registrar's Office.
If the SIN/ITN shown below begins with 999, you will need to enter your current SIN/ITN number. If you have a temporary SIN/ITN with an expiry date in the past, you will need to supply a new number and/or expiry date.
- in Student Home, select the “Profile” tile
- select the “SIN/ITN Information” link
- select the “Edit SIN/ITN” button
- enter your SIN (and expiry date, if applicable) following the format shown on the page. Note: if you have a temporary SIN/ITN (number starts with a 9), you must also enter an expiry date which can be found on your documentation from the Canadian government
- select “Save”