This is a very good article for you to consider as you're trying to decide not only which college should I attend, what should I major in but how am I going to pay for my education and ensure that my education costs don't end up having a negative impact on my financial stability post graduation.
I have a BA in History with a focus on early colonial America, my choice of degrees was large in part in my wanting to experience college in a way that made partying easy and getting decent grade easy. I'd chosen economics and moved to aerospace engineering and finally history, because frankly history required very little effort and didn't interfere with partying.
The problem was that after I graduated I have no real job skills, I'd limited myself in the types of jobs in which I'd be able to use my degree but I'd had a fucking lot of fun in college. Then the problem with how do I pay for all that?
I am all for a person seeking a career in doing something they enjoy and makes them happy but you can't expect others to have to bare the brunt of your poor academic choice when you can't pay for the loans because either you didn't plan well or you picked a career that doesn't pay well.
Think before you leap..