If you’re a high school senior still weighing your post-graduation options, you don’t need to worry — you can still apply and get admitted to hundreds of colleges for the upcoming fall term.

The National Association for College Admission Counseling released its annual College Openings Update this week with a list of public and private higher education institutions that still have space for first-year and transfer students even though the traditional May 1 deadline has passed. More than 300 schools are named, and more than 50 of them are among Money Magazine's top colleges, according to TIME. Only eight — all located outside the United States — said they didn't have any financial aid left to offer.

“We hope students who need to rethink their admission options will benefit from knowing that these opportunities are available,” the association's CEO, Joyce E. Smith, said in a statement last year. “Students and families should know that admission is an ongoing process for many institutions.”

Here are 31 of the institutions on the 2016 list. Reach out directly to the college itself for more information, but note that schools' websites will keep updating for about two months, so check back frequently.

1. American International College in Springfield, Massachusetts

2. Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina

3. Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois

4. Carroll College in Helena, Montana

5. Chapman University in Orange, California

6. Cleveland State University in Cleveland

7. Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina

8. Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction, Colorado

9. Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan

10. Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Florida

11. Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York

12. Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois

13. La Salle University in Philadelphia

14. Loyola University Maryland in Baltimore

15. North Dakota State University in Fargo, North Dakota

16. Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon

17. Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York

18. Rutgers University - Newark in Newark, New Jersey

19. Saint Louis University in Saint Louis

20. University of Utah in Salt Lake City

21. University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona

22. University of Hartford in West Hartford, Connecticut

23. University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho

24. University of Massachusetts Boston in Boston

25. University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri

26. University of Southern Maine in Portland, Maine

27. University of the District of Columbia in Washington, D.C.

28. University of Vermont in Burlington, Vermont

29. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in Milwaukee

30. Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia

31. Youngstown State University in Youngstown, Ohio