If you're worrying about how you're going to pay for college, you're not alone: A Princeton Review survey recently found debt was parents and students' No. 1 concern about applying for higher education. More than 80 percent of respondents said they thought college would cost more than $50,000.

But it doesn't have to.

There are dozens of scholarships with deadlines occurring this month, and all you have to do to score the free money is apply.

Here are 20 awards with April deadlines you can get right now. Click the name of the scholarship for a link to the application, see the amount and description, and get to work:

April 1: Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund — $10,000 — for student activists who want social change

April 1: 1,000 Dreams Scholarship Fund — $1,000 — for women with financial need

April 1: AEA Educational Foundation Scholarship — varies — for people styding aviation

April 3: National Society of Accountants Scholarship Foundation — varies — for accounting students

April 5: Duck Tape Stuck At Prom Promposal — $1,000 — for students who create a project out of duct tape

April 7: ACIL Scholarship — $5,000 — for people majoring in the physical sciences

April 9: Islamic Scholarship Fund — varies — for Muslim students studying ISF-approved majors

April 10: Voice for Animals High School Scholarship — varies — for animal lovers

April 14: Operation Dough Nation Scholarship — $5,000 — for students in Western Pennsylvania

April 15: Dollars 4 Tic Scholars College Scholarship — $1,000 — for students with Tourette's syndrome

April 15: College JumpStart Scholarship Program — $1,000 — for high school and college students committed to higher education

April 15: Anthony J. Vecchio Creative Scholarship — $1,500 — for students who complete a project about criminal justice

April 15: Picture Keeper Scholarship — varies — for students who are "striving to turn their dream into reality"

April 21: Signet Classics Student Scholarship Essay Contest — $1,000 — for students who read "The Tempest"

April 21: Damage Prevention Committee of Miss Utility Scholarship — $1,008.11 — for students from Maryland and Washington, D.C.

April 21: Damage Prevention Committee of Miss Utility Scholarship — $1,008.11 — for students from Maryland and Washington, D.C.

April 22: Charles Harbin III Memorial Scholarship — varies — for students in Georgia 

April 25: Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Construction Management Association of America Scholarship — $3,000 — for students in Delaware, Pennsylvania or New Jersey majoring in construction management 

April 30: All About Education Scholarship — $3,000 — for people who can answer the question "How will a $3,000 scholarship for education make a difference in your life?"

April 30: Rebecca Kirtman Memorial Scholarship — $1,000 — for students who have been involved in supporting Becca’s Closet