Just to add up, here's a few examples. I knew a bunch of people of my class, and after I left I kinda looked up what happened to them.
-1st friend finds freelancing work quite easily with 3d modelling for advertisement companies. Thing is, he did an extensive course on modeling before he went to college.
-2nd friend is able to draw extremely fucking well, and freelances his art for a living
He already knew how to draw really well before he went to college and practiced like a maniac everyday.
-3rd friend works with web design. Which he already worked with before college.
Around 2 or 3 other friends are trying to kickstart their artist profiles with slightly above deviant art tier artwork.
Another one is making some good money selling her paintings, which she practiced a lot by herself.
So just to drive the point home, you'll learn a lot of useful shit that you will use every single fucking time you try and do something artistic that goes beyond scribbling boobs on a drawthread. Shit like color composition, visual identity, character silhouettes, you know the stuff. The thing is, just like any other art degree, the only thing that matters is your portfolio. And if you only do what college tells you to do, that shit is gonna look pretty poor by the end of it.
So stay strong anon, and put in a lot of effort. It might just pay off in the end. Or not.
Fuck art degrees.