Strategic Procurement Professional
In many cases, yes. There are plenty of scholarships out there for demographic, merit or functional recipients. I got a few scholarships but not near enough to cover the whole cost of tuition. I also worked nearly full time every year in college, while participating in ROTC. In fact, if military service is an option for you, then you could consider doing that while being a student in college and commissioning upon graduation as an officer in the military. Your obligation to serve is between 4-8 years, so you could finish your service and have a great record and resume to present to future employers. And, you'd have avoided almost all debt. Good luck!