Tuition and Enrolment Certificate
The Tuition and Enrolment Certificate (T2202A) will be made available on February 28. The Justice Institute of British Columbia does not mail T2202As to students. Follow the steps below to view your T2202A information or print your official receipt.
- Log into "myJIBC"
- Go into the "Self-Service" Menu
- Select "WebAdvisor" for Students menu item
- Select the "Financial Information" menu item
- Select "View My T2202A Information"
- Click on "2017 tax year" to view your T2202A
- To print the form use the print icon or the print option under “file” in your browser
A T2202A is a Tuition and Enrolment Certificate. This form displays the eligible tuition and other fees paid during a tax year and the number of months a student was enrolled in part-time and/or full-time studies.
T2202A's are not mailed. They are available only through your myJIBC account.
T2202As are not issued in the following situations:
- The student has paid less than $100 in tuition and fees
- Some programs, eg Taxi, are not eligible for T2202A. However, if the training was undertaken for work purposes you may be eligible to use your payment receipt for income tax purposes. Please check with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) for details.
- You may not be eligible if you were sponsored for your training.
T2202As will be provided online through your myJIBC account by the end of February.
The information required for tax filing will be available at the end of February through your myJIBC account – see above for step by step instructions.
There are a few possible explanations:
- One or more of the courses you took are not eligible. To receive a tax receipt, the course must be equal to a certain number of credits or hours.
- Not all tuition and related fees are tax deductible. For a list of eligible fees, please refer to the Canada Revenue Agency.
- Tuition fees for courses spanning one calendar year to the next are pro-rated to each applicable year.
If the points above do not apply to your situation and your tuition tax form still doesn't reflect the amount of tuition and fees you paid, email email@example.com.
Effective January 1, 2017, the federal education and textbook tax credits were eliminated. This measure did not eliminate the tuition tax credit, and it does not affect the ability to carry forward unused education and textbook credit amounts from years prior to 2017. For information on this and other tax regulations, please refer to the CRA document Students and Income Tax.
To be considered a full-time student, the following criteria must be met:
- A qualifying education program is defined in the Income Tax Act as a program that lasts at least 3 consecutive weeks and requires a minimum of 10 hours of instruction or work in the program each week (not including study time). Instruction or work includes lectures, practical training and laboratory work.
To be considered a part-time student, the following criteria must be met:
- A specified education program is defined in the Income Tax Act as a program that lasts at least 3 consecutive weeks and requires at least 12 hours of instruction each month.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request a confirmation of enrolment. There is a nominal fee for this service.
Please email email@example.com
T4A's for 2017 will be mailed by February 28. For any other questions regarding your T4A, please contact the Financial Aid & Awards Office.
Ontario will only allow eligible tuition fees paid for periods of enrolment before September 5, 2017, and education amounts for periods of enrolment before September 2017.
Saskatchewan will allow eligible tuition fees paid and education amounts only for periods of enrolment before July 2017.
If you require a letter with a breakdown of eligible tuition fees and months of full-time and part-time attendance please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated February 13, 2018