No and this is why a lot of folks are in debt after graduation. There are a lot of ways to help yourself in these situations, look for every scholarship and apply for them. There are a lot out there and even the smallest ones can help with books and other supplies as needed. Look at grants which are paid differently. Talk to your school guidance counselor; I found mine to be super helpful when starting the college application process as they were very well versed in scholarship applications and the FASFA process. If you don't have a guidance counselor try the school librarian. These days unfortunately schools are so expensive and not everyone gets aid, so start looking now to see what can help you pay. Also, consider a community college for the first two years. In my state I was able to take some college credits my senior of high school which spread out the pain a bit.