Like others have already said, dropping out of college definitely shouldn’t be a goal, especially if you’re planning on Fiverr being your only source of income. I understand how difficult it can be to balance the two of them when you start getting more orders because I’m in the same boat at the moment, but Fiverr isn’t reliable enough to rely on completely, and your qualifications might come in handy one day.
If you do plan on making this your full-time job, you might want to look at freelancing elsewhere, either by grabbing clients directly, or through other websites. Frankly, putting all your eggs in one basket regardless of your chosen career is never a good idea.
I’ve only been on Fiverr for just over a month. I’m in college, and live with my parents, so I don’t have any bills to pay at the moment. With the first £600 I make, I plan on completely re-doing my room, splitting it down the middle so that I can have a bedroom area and an office area. I can’t work in a traditional job because I’m disabled, so I am hoping to become a full time freelancer once I finish college. I already have a few other ideas in mind, though, so Fiverr won’t be my only income source. I’d be glad if I earned enough to pay my parents rent, and pay for my phone bill, though. Big dreams and all that.