So I'm finally at a university and I'm being exposed to so many interesting things that I feel like I want to take so many classes before moving on to grad school. The annoying thing is that I basically have no money. I'm able to attend because of federal grants and student loans. I don't know when the grants will run out but I'm sure it will be within a couple of semesters and conceivably I could go further into debt, and I will if I have to, but of course that's not very appealing. Basically I need some ideas on how to pay for my undergrad credits. I know graduate students get funding and I was wondering if such a thing is possible for undergrads. I'm a decent student, my graduating GPA on my AA is 3.62 and I see no reason why I won't be making dean's list here at Uni, but I don't think I'm spectacular enough to obtain any really competitive scholarships. I'm also aware that work is an option and the ironic part is that for basically my entire AA I did work, feverishly, because I wasn't aware of Financial Aid. But at this point I feel like I want and need to devote as much of my time as possible to studies. What I did in High School and why I didn't get any scholarships after graduating is a moot point just in case someone decides to bring it up. If my major is of any relevance I'm immediately declared physics but most likely at the end of the semester I'll switch to math.