Student’s Taxpayer ID (W-9S)

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) requires the college to report certain information concerning the student’s status on IRS form 1098-T.  In order to properly prepare and submit this tax statement, we require a correct U.S. tax identification number—either a U.S. Social Security Number (SSN) or U.S. Tax Identification Number (ITIN).  Student Financial Services is responsible for contacting students who are missing this information prior to production of the form 1098-T. The W-9S Form is used to officially document this information.

Students with amounts paid during the tax year for qualified education expenses who have a missing or invalid Social Security Number (SSN) on record will receive a notification that this information is needed.

Pursuant to privacy laws and regulations, the U.S. tax identification number is only used for reporting purposes as required and will not be used as an identifier in the Moraine Park Technical College student records system (SRS).

Who receives the W-9S Form?

All students who enroll in degree seeking course(s) for academic credit during the tax year and who have a missing or invalid Social Security Number (SSN) on the Student Records System (SRS) will receive a notification to complete and submit the W-9S form.

How do I submit my W-9S Form?

You can submit the W-9S Form in one of two ways:

Online Submission (Preferred)

Substitute Form W-9S

Do you have a myMPTC account and do you know your myMPTC user name and password?


YES
– Click here to complete the Substitute Form W-9S.
(Secure forms submission using your myMPTC user name and password)

NO – Click here to create a Dynamic Forms account, and to complete the Substitute Form W-9S.
(Secure forms submission using your Dynamic Forms account)

Mail to: Moraine Park Technical College
Student Financial Services
235 N National Ave
Fond du Lac, WI  54935Click here to download the Substitute W-9S Form
Do not email the completed form as it will get stopped in Moraine Park’s secure email filters.

Does this apply to international students?

If you are considered a nonresident alien for U.S. tax purposes on an F, J, or B visa, you are not eligible for the U.S. tax education tax benefits. If you are ineligible for the U.S. education tax benefits, please disregard this notice.

Please visit the IRS or 1098-T FAQ’s for more information.

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