Sterling Heights, Michigan
I agree with the other responses, but I would like to add a little more to them. Something to keep in mind while your are still deciding in your first year of school is that in order to receive financial aid at some schools, you have to have a declared major program. The good news is, many schools offer an AGS or Associate of General Studies. This program allows you to build your own learning path without having to commit to one area. So a wise thing to do, in order to secure the financial aid, is to declare the AGS until you figure out what you are interested in enough to choose as an eventual career. One good way of learning what you might like to do is through internships. Some schools offer credit for an internship towards your degree, you gain valuable experience, and make important connections. I have personally scored two virtual internships (I work online) on Internships.com, which I see as a really excellent resource for students trying to connect with employers. Finally, if you are planning to transfer to a four-year college, try to declare your major as soon as possible so that you can build your long-term education plan to save you time, money, and effort.