Forms & Resources
Please read our 1098-T FAQ's here.
The University is required to furnish a 1098-T form to each registered student every calendar year. The University sends the 1098-T information to the IRS, the form does not need to be attached to a tax return; students may keep the form for their records.
We report the qualified tuition and related expenses in Box 2 for the calendar year. Box 1 will always be blank. If students need verification of the amount paid, they may either print statements from the eBill system or contact our office to request statements showing the amount paid.
The 1098-T is made available to eligible students by January 31st each year. Please make sure to add @ecsi.net to your list of trusted domains if you consented to receive the form electronically. If not, the forms are mailed to the billing address on file. For questions on your 1098-T, please contact ECSI at 1-866-428-1098.
Title IV Authorization Forms
Please review these forms thoroughly and carefully prior to electing or rescinding the authorizations herein. Each authorization has a unique purpose and will affect how The George Washington University will apply or hold Title IV credit balances.
Title IV funds are to be applied to authorized charges such as tuition, fees, and room and board as assessed by the University. Title IV funds include: Federal Pell Grants, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (FSEOG), Federal Perkins Loans, Federal Work-Study, Federal Direct Stafford Loans, Federal Direct PLUS Loans and TEACH Grants.
Federal regulations require that Title IV funds awarded in excess of authorized charges must be refunded no later than 14 days after the funds are credited to the student’s account. In lieu of an automatic refund, federal regulations allow for students or parents to voluntarily authorize the University to handle Title IV credit balances in a variety of ways.
Please read our Title IV FAQ's here.
Credit Card Payment Options
Effective August 10th, 2016, the university will accept credit card payments directly via the Student Account eBill solution. Payments made via the Student Account eBill solution will be reflected on your student account immediately. Students and authorized users paying via credit card option will be assessed a Pay-Path Payment Service Fee of 2.75% of the transaction amount (Minimum of $3.00). This fee is assessed by our processor and will appear as a separate transaction of the cardholder’s monthly statement. Please read our Credit Card FAQ's here.
This form is used for payments from a Corporation, Government agency, or Embassy. We accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover. Please submit your completed, signed form to the Student Account Offices by fax to 571-553-0292 or by mail at
The George Washington University
Attn: Payment Processing
45155 Research Place, Suite 240
Ashburn, VA 20147
Please call (571) 553-0359 for Credit Card inquiries.
We cannot accept this form via email.
Use this form to update your address and tax-payer identification number (SSN - Social Security Number or ITIN - Tax Identification Number). Please update your address and tax-payer identification number so that the university may properly prepare and submit the 1098-T to the IRS.
Please verify your address and tax-payer identification number in GWeb. If this information needs to be updated, students should complete the W-9S form no later than December 31st and send it our office.
Itemized Statement Request Form
To be completed if you require a statement displaying the cost per course. Employers typically require an itemized statement in order to provide tuition reimbursement.
Parent Refund Request Form
This form can be used for the refund of excess Parent Plus Loan funds or if the parent has Power of Attorney for their student. Students should not use this form; they can request a refund on GWeb.
Wire Transfer Information
This document includes all relevant information needed to complete a wire transfer. Provide the information to your financial institution and include the student’s full name and GWID. Please note that your bank, or banks, through which your funds are sent may deduct a transfer fee, or fees, from your original payment. Please also note that international wire transfers have varying processing times.
Unless otherwise noted, you can submit completed forms to the Student Accounts Office. We prefer that your document is submitted by email. We will also accept faxed and mailed documents.