Not necessarily.Not all higher education expenses qualify for US tax benefits. Generally, the only expenses that qualify are tuition and required fees. Room and board is not a qualifying expense, and except for the American Opportunity Credit, neither are expenses for required books or supplies that are not paid directly to the institution.If all of the required expenses were paid by a scholarship - and not by you directly - then you will not have any tax benefit. You should have received a detailed breakdown from the school of the expenses and how they were paid - if you did not you should request one. If you purchased required books, equipment, and/or supplies from a source other than the university and your student qualifies for the American Opportunity Credit, you can claim those expenses for that credit.