It's the 4th time around for the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program at the school.
Low-to-moderate income people can file their tax returns for free - with the help of a certified student volunteer.
Since it started, the VITA program has given away $30,000 worth of services, and generated over a quarter of a million dollars in refunds.
The students involved say it gives them real world experience, while giving back.
"It makes it so much more rewording really because it's a great service for the community. You get to help these people that need their taxes and you don't have to learn it just from about you actually do it you can see how it works," said Jennifer Hughes, a senior accounting major at SMWC.
Services are Mondays and Wednesdays from noon until 3 p.m. in the lower level of Hulman Hall, Room 01.
It starts February 4 and runs through April 15.
To reserve an appointment or for more information, call (812) 535-5223.
If you have a simple return and all the information is ready, you can drop it off at Hulman Hall Room 02, and you will be contacted when its completed.
Those who wish to have tax returns prepared at a VITA site must bring:
-Proof of ID
-Social Security card
-Current year's tax package (if you received one)
-Wage and earning statement(s) Form W-2, W-2G, 1099-R, from all employers
-Interest and dividend statements from banks (Forms 1099)
-Copies of last year's federal and state returns (if available)
-Bank routing numbers and account numbers for direct deposit of refunds
-Amounts paid for day care, if applicable and the day care provider's tax identifying number
-To electronically file their returns and get the fastest refunds, both spouses must be present to sign joint returns.