Sorry to hear about your situation. You should schedule an appointment with the financial advisors at your school. They will often have some alternative solutions such as work study or other financial aid. Depending on your family income you might also qualify for Pell grants or other financial aid from the federal government:
Look for additional scholarships. Your school should be able to provide you with resources.
Another option would be to work for a year or go to community college first and then transfer in later, deferring your enrollment. More and more people are taking "gap years" to get work and world experience before settling down and focusing on school:
Don't get discouraged. There are many available options out there for people looking to invest in their education and pursue their passions. I hope that this helps.