Kudos to you guys that like college, but I want people to know that there are other options! I have 10 that I will probably share in the future. So recently I decided to drop out, because it is not right for me. The plan is to still live in a house on campus... so all the fun but minus the boring stuff! Also I found a better alternative that fits me better (stocks & two other things I'm testing), and I'll definitely explore other options. Not taking anything away from learning, because I love to learn... its just the setup of the education system. On top of that, major fields such as business & computer science can be learned for free (one's i'm interested in). According to GoodCall.com, more than 31 million students have left college after starting in the past 20 years, and a third of those students chose to leave before the start of their sophomore year. Tuition costs in the past 30 years has tripled, far exceeding inflation. Fifty three percent of recent college grads are jobless or underemployed and forty five percent are still living with their parents. There are 115,000 graduates who are janitors. Student debt is at $1.1 trillion (more than credit card debt). I'm not saying everyone should drop out blindly. Things in college might not work out how you planned or you might realize you don't want to go on. All i'm saying is search and be aware of other options and opportunities as a fallback or an escape. We live in a great era that now offers SO MANY great opportunities as an alternative to those that don't like college. In the future I hope there is a more diverse spread of options beyond highschool that is tailored to everyone's learning styles. If you want to hear me rant there's a video link in the description.