I'm currently enrolled in a university. My major is Biomedical Sciences with a minor in History.
So far it's one of the best experiences of my life. I get to take classes that are both interesting and fulfill my degree, whenever
I want (still costs money though
To prospective students, take whatever classes interest you. In the scheme of things, unless you are competing for professional schools like medical schools or law school, the classes you take won't hurt your degree and you'll do better in classes that interest you rather than forced curriculums. For example, if you are going for a business degree, 99/100 employers couldn't care less about the specific classes you took, so long as you have the degree.
Also the college stereotype of National Lampoon's Animal House is not
indicative of normal college life at all....