Taxes 101 for Graduate Students


Are you a graduate student that generated income in 2021? You need to file your income tax returns before the filing deadline of April 18, 2022. We know money is tight for graduate students, and it may not feel like you made any money at all in 2021. However, if you had any income (fellowships, scholarships, GRA, GTA, etc.) you need to file your income tax return!  Representatives from Global Human Resources, the Bursar's Office, and the Office of Graduate Studies have teamed up to help run you through the dos and don’ts of filing your taxes.  Are you a resident or non-resident international student?  Are you a U.S. citizen? This workshop is for you.

Day Friday, February 11, 2022
Time 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Location Microsoft Teams | Recording Access Link | Slides

This session will be delivered via Microsoft Teams (login required). Complete the registration form above, and we will email you the access link. It will also be posted here the day of the event.

Please note: None of the presenters at this session are tax professionals. We are not able to provide specific tax advice to you given your particular filing needs. The purpose of the session is to explain how graduate students typically file taxes and the resources provided by Georgia Tech to help you do so. We will not answer specific questions in advance of the session as we will cover most of the common questions during the session.

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