I went to Georgia State University (Go Panthers!) which is a great school in downtown Atlanta, GA. I suggest you think about the career which interests you and find a list of schools that offer those degrees. Also consider what type of environment in which you will thrive, as urban campuses aren't for everyone. I was able to graduate with a B.A. degree in three years by attending year-round and taking extra classes. My sister when to Iowa State University (go Cyclones!) and took five years to get her degree.
Georgia State has been recognized as one of the top innovative Universities in the U.S., using predictive analytics to assist students throughout their college career. This program alerts the school when any student is having challenges financially, scholastically or socially. And counselors reach out to the student to provide the assistance they need to succeed. Best of luck to you and your college career. You can do it!
Also, get ready for life-long learning, as you will continue to take classes throughout your life!
I went to a community college first for two years and then went to a technical college for a year and a half to get my nursing degree. I am currently working on my BA and have been in school 3 years so far