Chatham University

International Affairs

Tax Information for International Students at Chatham University

International Students at Chatham who worked during the 2013 calendar year are required to file federal, state (e.g. PA) and local (e.g. Pittsburgh) taxes. This year taxes are due by April 15th.

All students and dependents are required to file the form 8843. The form 8843 is due by June 16th. We recommend your mail this form by April 15th.

Chatham will provide a workshop to help students use the Glacier Tax Prep software. Chatham has purchased this software to help current students and alumni to file non-resident federal taxes. Please check emails for workshop times.Alumni please contact the International Affairs office (internationalaffairs@chatham.edu) to receive the code to access the software.

Form 8843 Form 8843 Instructions Required for all F-1, F-2, J-1, J-2 Instruction Video
1040NR-EZ 1040NR-EZ Instructions Federal tax form for nonresidents who worked in 2013 You are only required to file one of these forms. Please pay attention to the location it needs to be sent. Please read instructions to determine which form you need to fill out.
1040NR 1040NR Instructions Federal tax form for nonresdients who worked in 2013
PA-40 PA-40 Instructions Required if you lived in PA for part of the year and earned income You can also file online. Online filing instructions.

Mail with tax forms copy of 1040NR or 1040NREZ

PA-40sp Instructions are in PA-40 instructions
Taxpayer final Return 70 (replaces PGH-40) Instructions included with form Required if you lived in Pittsburgh for part or all of the year and earned income Mail with tax form a copy of visa, copy of I-94/I-94 print off, copy of PA-40.

Please make sure to make copies of all documents before mailing

Tax Workshop Days

February 27th11:30am - 1pm(complete)
March 4th10:00 - 11:30am(complete)
March 20th11:30am - 1:00pm(complete)
April 8th3:30pm - 5:00pm10 spots available

***Please note, the Office of International Affairs does not provide tax advice. Please contact the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or a non-resident tax specialist for information about your individual case. Please note the university is not liable for any of the information provided above or during the workshops conducted.***