First of all, I would suggest to start getting experience working with animals if you haven't already started. Maybe volunteer at a local animal shelter? I know college is very expensive. In order to qualify for financial aid (scholarships) you have to complete online something called the FAFSA (Free Application or Federal Student Aid) to determine how much financial aid the college and the government will provide to you. If a traditional bachelor's program is too expensive for you, you may want to consider a community college which is a fraction of the cost and typically represent the first two years of college, saving you a fortune. As far as majors go, you probably want to consider animal science, zoology, animal conservation, animal husbandry, Animal Behavior, Biology, Conservation Biology, Environmental Science, Ecology, or Pre Vet Studies. If you start at a Community College, you would probably study biology or science.