College is pretty much one of the most important things to experience in life. I mean, you could go through life without it and still be very successful with just your experience. But also know, there's SO many others out there in the same boat as you, and one could excel because they have a college degree while you both carry similar past experience.
As someone said about homeschooling, it could swing both ways of its advantages/disadvantages. Here's a pretty basic article about its pros and cons: http://school.familyeducation.com/home- ... 29861.html
Mainly about before college times, but still really informative.
So pretty much homeschooling in college leads you to http://www.onlinecomputersciencedegree.com/
(for example, if you wanted a CS degree or whatever it is you would like to get), because it's the same as just learning on your own at home with classroom interactions. Some better options would be http://www.phoenix.edu/
that would give you a better feel that you're actually attending a "campus." I mean, homeschooling vs classroom is completely different and depends on which field you're probably going to. If it's super technical where you wouldn't need "people skills," then learning from you computer would be no big deal.