Contrary to what everyone else in the forum thinks, I would recommend majoring in something other than flying, even if your goal in life is to become an airline pilot (as mine is). Just for arguement's sake, suppose that after being an airline pilot for several years, you lose your medical for whatever reason. With a degree in aviation, and all your life spent in aviation (flight instructor, charter/corporate work, and airline employment), what is there for you to do? That's why I recommend you get a degree outside of flying (even if its affiliated, like Aviation Business Management - a popular course at Riddle) so that you leave your options open.
I know many people can not afford to do their flying at a regular 61 flight school (where they will learn more btw). To them, I recommend doing a going to Riddle or some other collage that allows you to minor in flying, and still get a major like basket weaving and folk dancing.
That way, if you lose the medical, you can still persue the other feild, and have competitive credentials so that you can maintain a descent standard of living.
Also, I truly believe the interviewer (who is typically not a pilot), will be impressed that you exercized such good contingency planning and forsight.
I hope we can work together! Good luck!