Java fern, java moss, elodea, susswassertang, crypts, anubias - all these are doing well in my -very- low light tank.
If your aqueon light is relatively new (under a year or so) you will be able to grow most stem plants that aren't red (with a few exceptions, the reddish ones need higher light) or very short (if the light is old, it won't reach the bottom).
You should be able to replace the bulb pretty easily, and they don't cost much. Just write down what it is, and the length, and call your LFS to see if they have a daylight version of it. You could also get a daylight bulb at a lighting shop. They sell them at my local corner store, which is awesome.