Can you use 529 for private college?
Private College 529 Plan assets can be used to pay any qualified expense at any college or university, public or private.
The tuition guarantee applies only to participating institutions.
Is your institution 529 eligible?
Though federal tax code makes 529 plans possible, each state administers its own 529 plan. Fortunately, students can use their 529 plans for education expenses at almost any college or university in the United States. In fact, some international schools even qualify for as an eligible institution under the 529 plan.
Can a 529 be used for room and board?
You can use a 529 plan distribution to pay for a student’s room and board expenses if the student is enrolled at least half-time. The room and board expenses must be incurred while the student is enrolled at a college or university that is eligible for Title IV federal student aid.6 Nov 2018
What expenses are covered by 529?
Qualified 529 plan expenses
With a 529 college savings plan, investments grow tax-deferred and are not taxed when withdrawn to pay for qualified higher education expenses, including tuition, fees, textbooks, supplies and equipment required for enrollment, special needs services and, in some cases, room and board costs.28 Feb 2019