Unless you are in a very specific field, your college choice should be about location and cost. These days colleges are very similar in their results. Businesses are looking for a college degree from an accredited college or university. They rarely ask you where you graduated from, just that you did and that it can be proven. Again, unless you are in a specific field, the degree program often doesn't matter either. For example, in my job in learning and development, skill is often more important than the degree you earned. I have peers who have degrees in Education, English, and Computer Science. A college degree often opens the door to a variety of careers, not just those in the degree program that you study. Like I said, this can be different for careers like Law and Business where the college you go to can influence where you work or how quickly you are hired.
A good option to consider would be to perhaps see if there are any short courses you can do on line or at your local college to give you a sense of different topics and working styles. This would also help you to learn some of the disciplines required when considering a particular course. Some online studying courses may offer short courses of 4 weeks or 2 months, etc. as "taster" courses without committing to something more long term. I hope this helps.
Deciding where to continue your education can already be difficult even if you have an idea of a career you want but even if you are unsure of a specific career you might have a few you are interested in. If there are a few you are interested in, I would look at schools that offer classes for those career paths so you still have time to figure it out and do not have to worry about transferring. You can even do research into how the school measures up to its peers in those fields. I know from experience I went into college thinking I wanted to do computer forensics but after taking some of the classes and talking to teachers about what it would be leading to, I decided to switch to computer science which was luckily for me alone the same education path I was already on and offered by my college. Just keep in mind what you want to do and keeping options open is not a bad thing. Good luck with your future growth.