Hi, I'm going to say this but take it with a grain of salt. I use very little I learned in school. College credit just doesn't have a huge impact on your skills on the net, because they leverage a lot of theory over practicality. I just graduated, so I remember pretty well. However an unfinished degree should be finished, so I agree on finishing that (almost only to show you finished it).
Now I didn't take a course in computers, but broadcasting. However, the point is there are plenty of books (buy books, online stuff is good for reference, books are good for in depth learning) which I used to learn many things. I have been working with the web for 10 years, and I must say that I have no desire to go back to school, since they aren't on the cutting edge. It takes a few years for tech trends to hit college, because by the time they are fully understood the internet has already moved on.
I don't think this is the time to go back to college in IT fields. It is time to pick up new skills, but do it by reading books, volunteering for organizations to get hands on experience, and trying to do a little work here and there. A reference is good, great even, and if you can get that from people (even if they are just a local charity you helped) you are on the right track.
Just my thoughts, take them as you wish!
jeremy - gnomeontherun
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