Cape Breton University will soon make available the slips you need to file your 2022 income tax return with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). These slips reflect the costs and credits for the study period of January 1, 2022 to December 31, 2022. You may receive one, or both, of the following:
The T2202, Tuition and Enrolment Certificate, is an official tax form that includes your eligible tuition and fees paid, as well as the number of months you were enrolled, for courses occurring in the 2022 calendar year. It is issued to all students who have paid tuition and fees for qualifying courses in the 2022 Winter, 2022 Spring/Summer or 2022 Fall semesters. NOT all fees are included. The T2202 includes eligible fees that are paid, not the amount that was charged. Students will not receive a T2202 for outstanding fees. After subsequent payment an amended slip can be requested. If you paid fees in 2022 for courses that will take place in 2023, those fees will be reflected on your 2023 tax form that you will receive in 2024. If your studies began in January 2023, you will not receive a T2202 for 2022.
The T4A is an official tax form that includes grants, scholarships, awards, and certain other miscellaneous amounts received from the university. A T4A will be provided to you if you received $500 or more from a combination of these sources in the 2022 Calendar year:
Scholarships, bursaries, or awards (including Athletic AFAs and residence Honorariums)
Tuition waiver credits including dependant waiver and senior waivers
The Nova Scotia University Student Bursary: this bursary is provided to Nova Scotia students who study in the province (it is reflected on your student self serve account if you received it)
The printable versions of the T2202 and T4A available through Self-Service in your Compass Student Account. These are your official receipts.
Access Your Forms
To access these forms from your Compass Student Account: