Why College, why not a Technical School? Lot more jobs for CNC Programmers, Plumbers,xWelders, and other Technical Trades than 15th Century Mongolian Art Historians or Political Scientists or IT Specialist.
In your first two years, you will take required undergraduate courses and electives. Use your electives to find what interests you. Make sure you utilize your academic adviser and the school's career counselors to the utmost. Before declaring a major, find out if post-graduate work is required to get a job in any fields that interest you. But, find what you love, then find a way to make a living doing it. Persevere. Success comes to persistent people.
You should study something you enjoy doing because is going to be easier to pass depending how passionate you are about it, at the end will be a good career where you can do your best.
To begin with..the world market state is poor...too many people fighting over less and less jobs...college is the only way you are going to get qualified for a decent job and career, it is the foundation of your whole future, you expect an employer to hire a person unqualified to do a job? Supoose there is always working at a fast food place etc...you need good grades for a good job if not the future is gonna look bleak and each year more so judging by the past decade :(
It's your call,what ever field you feel you would personally have interest and believe you would excell in!