i say wait. go into the work force for a few years. you will start to think more and more about whatever it is you really want to do. then you will know what to major in and will have gained some valuable life skills in the process.
personally, i think its a bad practice to go to college right out of high school. i mean, how on earth are you supposed to have any clue as to what you really want to do? if you have a hobby that you are constantly battling your working time against, and spend most of your free time trying to learn every possible thing that could ever be known about that topic, you should probably pick something related as a career. why? if the topic is incredibly interesting to you, you will be good at it. few things will keep you as happy as the pride of knowing that you are really good at what you do.
if you already know of a field that has held your complete interest, fascination, and ambitions, then you wouldnt be asking this question.
i decided that i wanted to go to the best language school on the planet, learn arabic, and in the meantime study limnology. five years of service and i made it to the language school, and i will be finishing my limnology degree after i get out. all means to do the end of doing some MUCH needed conservation work in a certain part of the world. i dont regret not going to college first one bit. by the time i do, it will be the easiest part of the step and good old uncle sam will take care of the bill. then i get to go try and save the world...
whatever your dreams are, you will only be able to achieve them if your mind is completely made up about it. if you go to college wondering what you want to do, you will likely DOUBLE your bill as you change majors or end up in a career that you have no passion for.