Students receiving any kind of payment or employment from the UA (ex: assistantship, on-campus employment, cash scholarship or prize)

Students filing federal tax forms


  • Determines your rate of withholding tax

  • Determines if you are a resident or nonresident alien for tax purposes

  • Determines whether your home country maintains a tax treaty with the U.S.

Prepares federal tax filing forms for nonresident aliens for tax purposes


  • Allows for direct access to GLACIER Tax Prep for tax filing

  • Ensures you will not be taxed at the highest rate

  • Prepares federal tax forms

Documentation on Hand

  • Passport with entry/exit dates

  • I-20 or DS-2019

  • Form I-94

  • SSN or ITIN

  • Passport with entry/exit dates

  • I-20 or DS-2019

  • Form I-94

  • SSN or ITIN

  • Form W-2 (if you had employment)

  • Form 1042-S (if any)

  • Previous years’ tax returns (if any)

Required Action

Print, sign and deliver the GLACIER tax summary report to the UA Financial Services office address listed on forms

Print, sign, and mail tax forms to the IRS address listed on forms

User Login and Access


  • Will receive an receive an email with GLACIER login information from the UA Payroll office after your employer completes the new hire process

  • If you do not receive an email, you can request access by contacting the UA Payroll Office.

Cash scholarship holders:

  • Should log into UA International, complete the ITIN e-form to start application process (read more under Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) below), and wait for instructions from ISS

UA International

ISS will send an email in late January/early February with instructions on how to access.

If you are having problems accessing UA International, please send us an email us and include your Student ID.