Take it easy, you been in college for the grand total of 3 months now, do you have a comparison with which to judge the standard of your third level education.
This may not be the case for you, but surveys have shown that students most dissatisfied with their educational facilities, are usually those who are unwilling to work off their own bat and/or those who achieve systematic low grades.
The high achievers rarely have these gripes:
1) There is no time for anyhting but hard graft in order to achieve good grades.
2) Students with good grades know enough to get on with educating themselves.
3) If you get good grades, then obviously the system works for you.
If one is truely dedicated to becoming the best at their profession, then the standard of the college they attend is not a big issue. When you go to college, your greatest educator is yourself, realise this and things will change.
Often complaint and conflict are a symptom of personal dissatisfaction reflected onto the external world, a means of dealing with a personal issue without having to explain to or question oneself.
This, however, is all hypothetical and therefore may not be the case.