The Tuition and Enrolment Certificate (T2202) is an official tax receipt that summarizes eligible tuition, fees, and months of study for qualifying courses during a calendar year. Further information regarding the eligibility of amounts is available from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
How do I get my T2202
- See Camosun's Important Dates to find out when T2202 forms are available
- Once available, log into my.camosun.ca to view and print your T2202
- See Login and/or password help if you need assistance.
Note: Previous tax years (2002 - 2020) are available on Camlink. Prior to 2019, the form was called T2202A.
Tuition and Enrolment Certificate (T2202) FAQs
When will T2202 Certificates be available for 2022?
A T2202 Certificate is produced at the end of a calendar year. The 2022 form will be available at the end of February 2023.
See Camosun's Important Dates to find out when T2202 forms are available.
How do I know what is eligible?
Information regarding the eligibility of amounts is available on the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) site.
Only fees paid for the calendar year which you were enrolled will be reported on the tax form.
How come all of the fees I paid are not on my T2202 Certificate?
Why don't I qualify for full-time enrolment?
Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) site defines full-time enrolment as being in a program that lasts at least three consecutive weeks and has a minimum of 10 hours of instruction or work in the program each week (not including study time).
I didn't attend any courses at Camosun College. Why do I have a T2202 Certificate?
An Application Fee and a Deposit was paid, therefore, you are eligible to receive a T2202 Certificate.
I am an International Student, why do I have a T2202 Certificate?
Why is Camosun asking for my Social Insurance Number?
Effective as of the 2019 tax year, all post-secondary institutions are required to provide the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) with SINs on the T2202. Information about Authorized Federal use of the SIN can be found on the Government of Canada site.
How can I submit my SIN to Camosun?
Log into myCamosun+
My T2202 Certificate doesn't have my Social Insurance Number?
Once your T2202 form has been created and submitted to CRA your SIN can't be added to the form. It is important to provide your SIN for future T2202 forms. Log into myCamosun+ to submit your SIN to Camosun.
I am an International Student. Am I required to provide a SIN?
If you are filing a Canadian tax return, you are required to provide your SIN. Effective as of the 2019 tax year, Camosun is required to provide the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) with each student's SIN on the T2202. If you have any questions, contact Camosun International.
I forgot my SIN or don’t have one! How do I get it?
The easiest way to access your SIN is to consult your most recent Notice of Assessment from the Canada Revenue Agency. If this isn’t available, you can request a confirmation of SIN from Service Canada. The Government of Canada’s Employment and Social Development website will provide you with details on what documentation you will need to request a confirmation.
My T2202 Certificate doesn't have my new address?
Once your T2202 form has been created and submitted to CRA your address can't be added to the form. It is important to keep your contact information updated. Log into my.camosun.ca and update your User Profile.
Are Continuing Education course fees tax deductible?
Courses that are GST exempt (formerly HST exempt) and cost more than $100 are tax-deductible. If you paid GST (itemized on your receipt) your course is not eligible.
What's the difference between a T2202, T4A and T4 form?
- T2202 Tuition and Enrolment Certificate
An official tax receipt that summarizes eligible tuition, fees, and months of study for qualifying courses during a calendar year.
- T4A Statement of Pension, Retirement, Annuity, and Other Income
If you received financial assistance from Camosun in the form of a grant, bursary or award, a T4A for tax purposes will be issued to you for the cumulative amount. This may include, but not limited to, Adult Upgrading Grants (AUG), bursaries, scholarships, or other awards received through the College within the tax (calendar) year. Amounts on T4As are considered "other income."
- T4 Statement of Remuneration Paid
A T4 is issued by an employer to employees for employment income they earned in the calendar year.
Further information is available from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).