>My real wish was to go on art school.
Art degrees are notorious for being useless pieces of paper. I've seen too many anons unable to get a job and feeling like they threw years and effort away pursuing them, feeling tired and stuck. I won't say you should thank your parents for forcing you, but you should maybe keep this in mind, going to art school would come with a grim future.
Also, what this anon said >>11783
. I'd put it less nicely though and say "you just fucking do it". Unless you're also working, it's your sole responsibility.
I would understand it if the people complaining about college really did give it their all but still failed, but what I always see is "waaaah, I'm so unmotivated, I watched Netflix all semester and somehow failed my tests, this is so hard ;_;". Motivation shouldn't be a factor. Know how they tell writers and artists that they shouldn't wait for inspiration to write and draw? There you go: you shouldn't wait for motivation to study. You should do it because you have to do it. You just need to learn discipline.