When I went to school for my first BS a "few" (ahem) years ago, I was in it for the "college experience." I changed my major from pre-vet (which is what I really wanted to do, but hey, it was hard) to journalism, which, as majors go, ain't exactly rocket science, and I went out drinking, heavily, pretty much every night. Don't know how I made it through in 4 years with a decent gpa, and to be honest I don't remember much of it either
. I got the "college experience," had a blast in fact, but I would have been better off taking the tuition money and throwing it in the fireplace for what I learned.
Now here I am a "few" years later starting over again. I'm married with kid, so no "college experience," but I'm finding how great it is to actually be learning something! Odd as it sounds, I love going to class now and am enjoying school for what it is, not just putting up with it as a way to kill time between parties. I guess what I'm getting at is that you're young, and if you really feel like you have to cut loose for a while, take a break from school all together so you're not throwing your tuition money away and turning your back on something you really want to do. If not, then make school your number one priority so that you don't regret your actions years down the road.