Nothing wrong with other giftings and callings in life, I'm just not sure we wanted to pay the cost of a top Ga school for ours to major in art or music or business. Our could easily live at home and attend a more affordable college to major in those things. An important principle when making college choices is that "idle hands are the devil's workshop." We knew for ours that if their college coursework was not sufficiently challenging, they were a lot more likely to get into trouble. Lots of easier majors leave many college students with too much time on their hands. They develop bad habits that serve them poorly later in life, and they graduate with degrees that are not really tickets to the careers for which they are hoping.