Student Tax Forms
Social Insurance Number (SIN) collection
Beginning in the 2019 tax year, Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) requires all post-secondary institutions in Canada to collect Social Insurance Numbers (SINs) to be included on the T2202 certificate.
Your T2202 is your education and textbook tax certificate and Fleming College issues this to you on the last day of February every year.
Learn more about your T2202.
2018 T2202A Form
As of February 28, 2019 an electronic version of the T2202A form is available through the myCampus student centre for current registered students. Canada Customs and Revenue Agency (CCRA) dictates that a full or part-time course fee must exceed $100, must be at a post-secondary level and must be greater than 3 consecutive weeks in duration to be eligible for a T2202A. Your T2202A will show the eligible fee amounts paid in 2018, including tuition, alumni, information technology, student assistance, student service support fees as well as lab and supplemental exam fees. Excluded fees include parking, student building fund, health plan, SAC, camp fees and supply fees. General interest courses and workshops are not eligible for T2202A consideration.
Students have access to their myCampus student centre up to one year after they last attended. If you do not remember your login details, please contact the IT Help Desk at 705-749-5520 ext. 4111 Option 1 or 1-866-353-6464 ext. 4111 Option 1.
Reporting Errors or obtaining a replacement copy for the current year:
If there is an error on your T2202A Form, we will replace it at no charge, replacements will cost $10.00. You may request a replacement copy by emailing:
Requests for T2202A Forms prior to 2013 tax year:
If you require a copy of your T2202A for tax years prior to 2013, you may request the form by completing and submitting the Request for Historical T2202A Tax Form. A $10 fee will apply.
Residence fees cannot be claimed as rent for income tax purposes. We do not issue a tax receipt for residence fees or meal plan payments.
Under the Income Tax Act, colleges and universities are exempt from paying municipal property taxes.
The Ontario Income Tax Act stipulates that all students living in designated college or university (tax-exempted) student residences are limited to an Ontario Energy and Property Tax Credit claim based on an occupancy cost of $25 for the time they resided in the student residence. Therefore, the amount that can be claimed for income tax purposes is $25 and not the full amount of residence fees paid. On Line 6114 (Student Residences) of your income tax return, tick the box to claim $25 as your occupancy cost for the part of the year you lived in residence.
We do not issue a tax receipt for residence fees or meal plan payments. For more information, visit the Government of Ontario Ministry of Finance website.