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Alabama FREE College Application Week October 18-22

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October 14, 2021


To view or download this press release with all content listed below, the required application codes, and information for each participating college click here.

This Special Statewide Application Event is Being Held October 18-22

Montgomery, Ala. - Next week, our state's high school students will be taking the next steps in their promising futures. Thousands of Alabama students will be applying to colleges and universities nationwide, during Alabama College Application Week 2021, on October 18-22.

"During this event, local high schools will be hosting special college application celebrations with students submitting applications to colleges nationwide," said Alabama College Application Campaign (ALCAC) Coordinator, Dr. Monica P. Mack. "Last year, more than 200 Alabama schools participated and nearly 28,000 students applied to colleges nationwide."

Several Colleges Have Waived Application Fees for this Year's Event
The following colleges and universities have officially waived their application fees this week to allow Alabama students participating in ALCAC Week 2021, to submit their applications to their institutions at no cost:

 Alabama A&M University - Alabama
 Alabama State University - Alabama
 Allen University - South Carolina
 Andrew College - Georgia
 Athens State University - Alabama
 Auburn University - Alabama
 Auburn University at Montgomery - Alabama
 Belmont Abbey College - North Carolina
 Birmingham Southern College - Alabama
 Cumberland University - Tennessee
 Edward Waters University - Florida
 Faulkner University - Alabama
 Florida Southern College - Florida
 Georgia Institute of Technology - Georgia
 Georgia Southwestern State University - Georgia
 Huntingdon College - Alabama
 Jacksonville State University - Alabama
 Lander University - South Carolina
 Lincoln Tech - Tennessee
 Lipscomb University - Tennessee
 Marion Military Institute - Alabama
 Maryville College - Tennessee
 Mercer University - Georgia

Miles College - Alabama
 Mississippi College - Mississippi
 Ohio University - Ohio
 Samford University - Alabama
 Sewanee: The University of the South - Tennessee
 Spring Hill College - Alabama
 Stillman College - Alabama
 Talladega College - Alabama
 Tennessee Technological University - Tennessee
 Troy University - Alabama
 Tuskegee University - Alabama
 Union University - Tennessee
 University of Alabama - Alabama
 University of Alabama at Birmingham - Alabama
 University of Dayton - Ohio
 University of Alabama in Huntsville - Alabama
 University of Mobile - Alabama
 University of Montevallo - Alabama
 University of New Orleans - Louisiana
 University of North Alabama - Alabama
 University of South Alabama - Alabama
 University of West Alabama - Alabama
 Wofford College- South Carolina
 Alabama Community College System - Alabama
 Bevill State Community College - Alabama
 Bishop State Community College - Alabama
 Calhoun Community College - Alabama
 Central Alabama Community College - Alabama
 Chattahoochee Valley Community College - Alabama
 Coastal Alabama Community College - Alabama
 Drake State Community & Technical College - Alabama
 Enterprise State Community College - Alabama
 Gadsden State Community College - Alabama
 Jefferson State Community College - Alabama
 Lawson State Community College - Alabama
 Lurleen B. Wallace Community College - Alabama
 Northeast Alabama Community College - Alabama
 Northwest Shoals Community College - Alabama
 Reid State Technical College - Alabama
 Shelton State Community College - Alabama
 Snead State Community College - Alabama
 Southern Union State Community College - Alabama
 Trenholm State Community College - Alabama
 Wallace Community College-Dothan - Alabama
 Wallace Community College-Selma - Alabama
 Wallace Community College-Hanceville - Alabama

*See the list of required application codes and information for each participating college. This information is important because it helps to ensure submitted applications from Alabama students are FREE for Alabama College Application Week

Alabama College Application Week was started nine years ago to increase the overall number of students in our state applying to, and ultimately enrolling in postsecondary education.

The Cash for College FAFSA initiative and Alabama College Application Week were combined into a single campaign (Alabama Possible) to help more K-12 students apply to college early and complete their FAFSA applications.

A key goal is to increase the number of young people, especially first-generation and low-income students, pursuing college degrees.

Additional Information and Resources
Students and parents can also get tips on college scholarships and much more at the Alabama Possible-Cash for College website: 

Learn more about College Application Week by contacting your local school counselor or ALCAC Coordinator, Dr. Monica P. Mack at 334-694-4779 or 

*School Counselors, if you have not registered your high school as a host site, please use the following link to register for this event -