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If you need an official letter documenting your tuition, fees, and/or payments for reimbursement purposes, tuition and/or loan verification or foreign bank confirmations, you can request the following letters by submitting a Tuition Letter Request Form online or in person at the Student Financials offices.

A tuition letter is a detailed breakdown of a student’s tuition and fees, their class schedule, payments, and financial aid for a specific semester.

This letter is requested for reimbursement purposes for an employer or for verification of tuition and fees for banking purposes.

To submit a Tuition Letter Request Form, you can submit it through your MyFIU. Follow instructions to Submit Forms Online and select "Student Financials" as the department.

Special Request Letters

Special letter requests are available to students who were previously or are currently enrolled in classes at FIU.

Tax Letter:

A tax letter is generated for a student who is requesting documentation of the tuition and fees, payments and financial aid for a specified tax year. This letter includes all qualified tuition expenses, scholarships, grants, third-party payments or waivers that were received in the specified calendar year. To receive a tax letter, the student must have a valid SSN or ITIN on file. In order to place a SSN or ITIN on file, please complete the Change of Name, Address, & SSN form and submit the form online through your myFIU portal.

Bank/Government Wire Letter:

A bank/government wire letter is an estimated semester cost of tuition based on the student’s current enrollment.  As this is an estimate cost of tuition, it will not include any pending financial aid or course names on the letter.

Balance Letter:

A balance letter is an official confirmation from FIU, stating the student’sbalance with the University. If fully paid, the notice will advise recipients that the student has a zero balance.

Last updated: November 4, 2019

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