College can be an expensive but needed endeavor. After completing undergraduate and graduate school, I have the experience and empathy for your path. I am also excited and have learned more than when I was going through the efforts that I'd like to pass on. I recommend the following:
*See if you can complete work-study program/internships: these will give you experience on the job and pay to help with payments
*Talk to your financial aid folks: sometimes they have scholarships that are not advertised and no one applies as a result. This leads to money sitting that you can use directly from your school
*Apply for Financial Aid (if you have not done so)
*If you have a job, the company may pay your tuition up front or through tuition reimbursement
Some unconventional ways include taking side gig: driving for Uber/Lyft, becoming a task assistant on Reddit, taking surveys, etc.
I will add some links to articles that can also give you some ideas and help. Good luck!
This professional recommends the following next steps:
- Talk to your Financial Aid Office: apply for financial aid, scholarships, work-study/internships, etc through the school
- Read articles from links above to get more ideas on how to get $$$ for tuition
- Follow up on some of the recommendations from the articles to get $$$ for school