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Requests for FALL must be submitted by August 1st and requests for SPRING must be submitted by January 15th to be considered. Requests will be submitted to the Block Tuition Exemption Committee. Please allow 7-10 business days for processing. Until this appeal is approved, the student is responsible for all tuition and fees on their student account. Requests will not be retroactively granted for prior semesters. Academic Advisor recommendation does not guarantee your appeal will be approved.
Please follow these steps to access the form:
If you have questions about the exemption process, please visit our Block Tuition Information page.
TO RETURN THE FORM VIA EMAIL, IT MUST BE SENT FROM YOUR UNIVERSITY EMAIL ACCOUNT AND BE DIGITALLY SIGNED OR SIGNED BY HAND. PLEASE EMAIL THE COMPLETED FORM TO SFS@UWYO.EDU
Part-time and online-only students must sign and return the form before being able to gain access to these facilities/events.
Fill out the Graduate Student Optional Fee Package Petition if you are a graduate student that meets the requirements to be eligible for the Petition (please see above form for specific requirements). The petition can be found in the Office of the Registrar forms section.
If you are unsure whether the Part-time Benefit Package or the Graduate Petition is the correct form for you to fill out, please review our Comparison of the two packages.
All full-time benefited UW employees and qualifying cooperating agencies may submit a tuition waiver to have tuition and mandatory fees for one course up to 6 credit hours waived each semester. Spouses or domestic partners of benefited employees are also eligible to have half of their tuition waived each semester. You must submit a new tuition waiver form each semester!
Fees such as computing and course specific fees (outreach delivery fee, studio fees, etc) are NOT covered by your tuition waiver and are your responsibility to pay. If you are taking more than one class, the tuition and fees for that class or classes are your responsibility to pay.
UW is required to file an IRS Form 1098-T Tuition Statement for each qualifying student for whom a reportable transaction is made during the calendar year. Please note that the Form 1098-T may not provide all of the information you need to determine eligibility for tax credits and deductions.
As of January 1, 2017, the University is no longer mailing out hard copies of the 1098-T tax forms. All students consent to receive their 1098-T electronically per the Student Financial Responsibility Agreement.
You may withdraw this consent by filling out an Electronic Consent Withdrawal for 1098-T Tax Form and returning it in person to Student Financial Services in Knight Hall room 172 or by email to email@example.com.
Where can I view my 1098-T online?
For 1098-T forms prior to 2016: In WyoWeb click on the Student Account tab and then on the Tax Form 1098-T box. Enter a tax year and then Submit.
**See our 1098-T FAQ for more information!**
Please complete all fields before submitting!
Do not combine charges and cancels on the same form - submit them separately.