1. File your FAFSA at fafsa.gov
It’s not too late to get financial aid. Most colleges with priority deadlines allocate financial aid first to students who applied before their priority deadline, but you may still get financial aid or scholarships from your college. You may also qualify for a Pell Grant of up to $5,920/year and subsidized student loans.

2. Research scholarships
Millions of dollars in scholarships that go unclaimed each year.What’s the biggest reason people don’t get scholarships? They don’t apply. Research scholarships at your college and on College Raptor.

3. Take a fresh look at your college list. There are still plenty of options to get money for college.
There are lots of great colleges out there with later priority deadlines. Here is a list of Alabama colleges and universities’ priority deadlines.

Just don’t miss out again. File your FAFSA at fafsa.gov today.

For more tips and tricks, visit cashforcollegealabama.org