Alabama Seniors Can Apply to College For FREE
Alabama Seniors Can Apply To College For FREE
Applying to college is a daunting task. Not just because of the applications, but the application fees. Alabama seniors can now apply to colleges for free!
I remember earlier this month, a young lady announced on Twitter that she had been accepted into 50 different schools! Wow!
First off let me point out how she was accepted into my Alama mater Bethune-Cookman University. Lol! She was also accepted into plenty of schools in the state of Alabama. The first thing I thought about was how much she potentially spent on application fees. those things add up! As I posted that on social media, I realized that there are a lot of ways to have college application fees waived.
Right now, the Alabama Commission on Higher Education (ACHE), Alabama Community College System (ACCS), Alabama Possible organization, and the Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE) have their annual Free Alabama College Application Week happening for high school seniors.
During this event, seniors will be able to apply to participating colleges and universities in the state of Alabama and their application fees will be waived. Participating institutions include:
- Alabama A&M University
- Alabama State University
- Auburn University at Montgomery
- Coastal Alabama Community College
- Enterprise State Community College
- Huntingdon College
- Jacksonville State University
- Miles College
- Marion Military Institute
- Shelton State Community College
- Snead State Community College
- Spring Hill College
- Stillman College
- Talladega College
- University of Alabama
- University of Alabama in Huntsville
- University of West Alabama
- Troy University
- Tuskegee University
- University of Alabama at Birmingham
- University of Montevallo
- Wallace Community College-Dothan
- Wallace State Community College
The Free Alabama College Application Week runs until February 26th, 2021, so the time to apply is now. If you'd like more information, visit the state of Alabama Department of Education by clicking here.
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