No. I would advise against going to college unless you have it in you to go into health care, accounting, teach, become an engineer, or complete law school or a Ph.D. Don't lie to yourself, either; I earned my B.A., but I had the initial intention to get a B.S. and go on to graduate school and be a researcher. It's so much harder than you think. There aren't jobs for anything else. I have mad respect for people who pursue or finish grad school.
However, I will say that a lot of jobs that you might want to work up to do require a bachelor's degree. When you get out of college though, you'll be working at a low, hourly wage. It's a hard pill to swallow, because getting any sort of degree is really hard. My professors were brutal, and my best really wasn't good enough. My self esteem went down the toilet.
The thing that is getting me jobs right now is that I worked retail for 3 years during college. That's what jobs want. Having a degree will help you when you start working for a chain because it gives you the extra "umph" to move up the ladder. High schools lie about your life outlook after simply earning a degree. I feel smarter and more aware of issues after going to college, but I'm still making $11.50 an hour working retail. The "alumni connections" or w/e is BS too. If you're pretty/a bro, get involved with a fraternity or sorority, don't have a mental illness, and already have a lot of money to be able to afford conferences and events with big-name people, then maybe- just maybe- you'll have a chance.
Also, I had two internships, and nothing came out of them. Nowadays, everyone has two internships. I put my heart and soul into my degree. I even thought it was a useful, relevant one. It's not. I learned that if you go to school for anything other than what I mentioned above, you go to learn. To get an education- not a job. You learn about things you love, and that's great. You learn a lot. Learning won't land you a job, though.