I already posted to you on your last thread about finding a Catholic man that it is wrongheaded to think you do not need a college education. I’ll reiterate:
(1) It is selfish and shortsighted to believe that your husband will always take care of you. While a stay-at-home mom is ideal, you can never know the future. A husband can become injured, killed, or unemployed in the blink of an eye. Then it will fall to you to support yourself, your husband, and possibly children either short or long term. How unwise to fail to prepare for that day when your education may be needed in service to your family.
(2) You may not meet your husband immediately. I went to college, graduated, got a job, and have remained in industry for 20 years waiting to meet my husband. I have always felt called to marriage-- but obviously God’s timetable was slightly different than mine as I did not meet my husband until I was 38.
(3) You are called to be a steward of God’s gifts, and your education is part of that. God may be calling you into the working world for a short time, long time, or no time. However, an education can also be of use in volunteering in a charity, assisting in the stewardship of the parish, and in the stewardship of your household. If you do have children, an educated mother will be able to homeschool them, guide them, possibly have an at-home business when the kids are older, etc.
To say you are only going to college for your MRS is a mistake. Find something to be passionate about: business, education/teaching, home economics, liberal arts, theology.
Men are not interested in a girl who graduates high school and then sits around waiting for Mr Right working as a check-out girl at Wal-Mart (and that’s about all you can do with a high school diploma) and having no outside interests or experiences. That shows a singular lack of committment to your future financial and familial well-being. He is not a sugar daddy, he is a partner in a marriage who should be able to rely on his wife in times of trouble.
You will be surprised how much you mature, grow, and learn by going to college. Check out private Catholic schools such as Steubenville, Aquinas, Christendom, etc, if you want a small school and a Catholic education. But, the local junior college and state school will also give you a good education that can be put to use.