At Brighton College, your educational success and professional development are important to us. Our experienced Educational Advisors will help you to clarify your academic aspirations and align them with your long-term goals.
We offer a number of services in the areas of academic assistance and career development to help you grow your potential while at college.
First day checklist and what to expect from your courses.
Our experienced Educational Advisors assist you with program and course selection and help develop an educational plan that meets your specific needs. This includes checking prerequisites so that courses are taken in the correct order.
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What is a T2202?
A T2202 is a tax receipt that is issued to students reporting the total tuition paid in the previous calendar year. The form shows the amount of tuition that can be reported for income tax purposes, as well as the number of months eligible for the education deduction. Find more information in the Revenue Canada.
Who will get a T2202 form?
T2202 is the Tuition, Education, and Textbook Amounts Certificate, which is used for reporting to the Canada Revenue Agency for income tax purposes. This form is issued to students who meet all of the following conditions:
When and how do I get my T2202?
T2202 for the current calendar year (January to December) is available by the end of February of the following year. Your T2202 for the previous calendar year is emailed to you by the end of February of the year. Should you haven’t received your T2202 after February 28 or you have your email address different from the one you provided upon program registration, please contact us with your most updated email address by sending us an email to: T2202@brightoncollege.com.
Why is my T2202 showing less than what I paid?
There are a few possible reasons:
What is the difference between T2202 and T4A?
T2202 is an official tax receipt. It is issued to all students who paid tuition for qualifying courses in the previous calendar year. T2202A shows the amount of tuition that can be deducted for income tax purposes, as well as the number of months eligible for the education deduction. For more information, please see the Revenue Canada Student and Income Tax Guide [PDF]. T4A is an official document for tax purposes that must be reported on your tax return. It is issued to students who have received scholarships, bursaries, awards, and prizes from Brighton College in the previous calendar year.
Who can I contact regarding T2202 inquires?
For questions regarding tuition amounts, program duration or registration, please email T2202@brightoncollege.com . Please include your full name and student ID number in all correspondence. Please be advised that the College does not provide any tax advice.
Individual appointments can be arranged with tutors that can help you with study skills or provide supplemental instructional sessions. Our learning support tutors are current university students who have excelled in the areas they tutor.
Preparing you for job searching in a competitive market.
Industry specific events that allow students to learn more about the industry they are about to enter and to meet local businesses.
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