I start college next fall and I'm really, really, unprepared. I've figured I'll just go to my neighborhood community college for my first year to get some of the core, easily transferable classes out of the way. Then maybe head to University of Texas, University of North Texas, or some other big school in my state. I'm still not sure what to major in. Right now I'm thinking a degree in the business sector, but since it seems like every slacker in college seems to have that degree, I figure its MBA or nothin if I take that road. And a masters program seems icky. I'm lucky and grateful that my parents are paying for 4 years of college. Anything more is my own problem. They wont however pay for any living costs should I choose to move away for college. But my mom tells me one of her biggest regrets was never moving away for college because it didnt allow her to do a whole lot. So of course I feel the need to go away for a few years. Start over life etc. etc. I also dont know where I'd go to...Dallas, Austin, College Station, etc. My grades aren't good enough for a scholarship...because I missed so much my junior year (surgery etc) that totally killed my GPA (try taking tests knowing 0 material), and me falling asleep during the SAT didnt help. I guess I'm just grumbling about my uncertain future and I'm sure we all go through this and we all eventually find our way....it just kinda sucks not knowing. Am i alone in this? Any words on the subject or your own personal experiences from college are welcome.