Thanks for the answers guys. In case some were wondering, I go to Liberty University in Virginia.
After talking it over with some close friends and my parents, after this semester i'm going to attend community college back in new jersey. I don't want to be forced into a career I don't want and without a doubt a goal of mine is to have a career dealing with something I enjoy. Community college does seem like the best option at this point and staying at this school hasn't even crossed my mind. I already have most of my gen ed classes covered after this year at school, so I have no clue what kind of classes I should be taking at community. Any ideas? Thanks for the kind and thoughtful words.
I met four kids that graduated from a community college near me. They rented a warehouse for about 1,500 a month which housed roller skates. I don't know how this worked, but they rented the skates out to schools. In 6 months they were looking for a new bigger and better warehouse.Their business took off and they were just chilling watching movies on their flat screens in their office.
With the right business plan you can be your own boss. That's something the school system doesn't teach you but many people do really well in their own business. Personally my parents have their own business which allowed me to never work in my life (besides showing up and sitting there to manage).
That's just an option. Goodluck in whatever you choose.