what if I didn't get a 1098-T

My son was a full time student in 2010 but we have only received his w-2 a 1098-E but not a 1098-T.  How do we find out if he is suppose to receive one.
    What if I don't receive my 1098-T?

    If you do not receive your 1098-T by February 15th follow these steps:

    Contact your university to find out if it is available on-line or
    Go to the Tax Credit Reporting Service (TCRS) student site @ http://www.1098-T.com  and follow the prompts.

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    • I called and they said I wasnt issued on, is there anywhere else I can claim my school?
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