Discover excellent academic standards, an inspirational student body, and
community of staff and faculty that tirelessly give you everything
they’ve got—so you can change the world for Christ.
Explore PCC’s undergraduate and graduate degrees, with over 60
possibilities that will inspire, challenge, and prepare you for your
Pensacola Christian College inspires students that are innovative,
about making a difference for Christ. Come discover what PCC has to
tuition costs, and more!
The PCC journey is packed full of exciting opportunities outside of the
classroom. Explore the
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The American Opportunity Tax Credit (AOTC) is designed to help you save on qualified
education expenses during the first four years of your postsecondary education. You may be eligible
to receive a maximum annual credit of $2,500 per student. You, as a student, someone claiming you as
a dependent, or your spouse (if applicable) can claim the AOTC on your tax return.
Pensacola Christian College issues 1098-T forms for the
AOTC. To facilitate this
process, we are required to collect your taxpayer identification number for the purpose of
providing you with the 1098-T form.
To receive your 1098-T for the tax year 2023, PCC must have your address
and Social Security number.
You can securely submit this information by
January 15, 2024. Forms will be mailed by January 31,
It’s important to note that under privacy laws and regulations, the tax identification number you
provide on the web address mentioned above will be used solely for reporting purposes. It will not
be used as an identifier in the PCC student records system.
We are committed to safeguarding your personal information. Please provide your Social Security number
(SSN) only when
it’s necessary for tax reporting, and be assured that we use secure, encrypted channels and limit
access to authorized
personnel to protect your data.
Pensacola Christian College adheres to a core principle of not accepting any federal or state
subsidies to finance our operations, even indirectly through federal student aid. Instead, we utilize
private funds to provide financial assistance to students. The 1098-T
form from PCC is a voluntary
authorized disclosure of funds expended for qualified higher education expenses, making you eligible for
a possible tax credit on your personal income tax.
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