Student Accounts is responsible for the accurate calculation of your tuition and fees, prompt crediting of payments, and financial aid to your student account, and for issuing timely financial aid and other refunds. Student Accounts is available when you need special statements and billing services, and when you want access to additional services.
Tuition Rates and Fees
Tuition and fees are charged at rates published in the Critical Dates Policies & Procedures (CDPP) and in the current Catalog. Rates are typically adjusted once a year beginning the summer quarter.
Student Accounts offers a variety of ways for you to pay tuition. Payment options and deadlines are published in the AUS Student Financial Policies Student Accounts emails a billing confirmation to you through Antioch Gmail whenever tuition and fee charges update on your student account. View your tuition billing information in AUVIEW.
Financial Aid and Tuition Refunds
Financial aid and other refunds are processed once each week, on Fridays. Refund information is emailed to all students prior to the start of each quarter.
For the safest, fastest access to your financial aid and other refunds, enroll in Direct Deposit in AUVIEW, under Non-Payroll Direct Deposit.
Dropping a course? Tuition refunds are governed by the AUS Student Financial Policies. If you receive financial aid, the terms and conditions of your financial aid also apply. Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information.
Antioch offers a number of convenient services – many at no charge – for your use while you are enrolled at Antioch. Click here for more details.
Bike room keys
Direct Deposit of Refund Payments
Student parking permits
Art Studio Access
Student Emergency Loans
Year-end Tuition Statements (IRS Form 1098-T)
You may be able to claim a tax credit for some or all of the tuition and fees you pay, further reducing your cost of attendance at Antioch. Antioch University Seattle mails Internal Revenue Service (IRS) form 1098-T Tuition Statement to you each January if eligible education expenses were billed to you during the previous calendar year. AUS also reports this information to the IRS.
AUS does not provide a 1098-T to students who did not report a social security number to the university or to visiting students.
You may be able to reduce your tax liability if you can claim educational tax credits, such as the Hope or Lifetime Learning tax credits established by the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997.
The IRS Tax Benefits for Education: Information Center contains information about tax credits for education and other topics pertaining to tax-paying students.
The IRS Education Credits page contains informative publications and forms you may need when preparing your taxes, including:
- IRS Publication 970, Tax Benefits for Education
- IRS Form 8863, Education Credits
Employees of Antioch University Seattle can not provide tax advice. Contact your personal tax adviser or the IRS at 800.829.1040 with tax questions.