Being a single woman who completed five years of college fairly recently, i'd like to offer my perspective.
I think women going to college is a sure recipe for disaster. A woman serious about cultivating and maintaining a traditional lifestyle will not go if they've truly grasped what living as a traditional woman demands. If they've decided that they want to be traditional, and have given themselves that name, surely they would have taken a sincere and honest look into the traditional gender roles that God intended and recognize that college doesn't work in that equation.
One may say, "well, in this day and age, college for women is a neccessary evil if they don't want to be destitute." NO. No no no. They've been fooled. That's fear and timidity speaking. You can't defeat a wrong with another wrong. It's folly. I whole heartedly believe that God will not forsake those who decide not to cut corners in regards to living traditionally. There is mercy and reward for those choosing to follow his will.
I don't like to see traditionalists following societal changes. It's a bad sign. A lot of a womans desire to attend college is to be successul in this pagan society that has a messed up definition of success. It's easy to look at our circumstances in light of others and chalk our lack of material possesions up to God not showing favor. That's a worldly way of looking at it. As traditionalists, less face it, we may very well have far less material comforts. It's ok. If anything, we should take that suffering as an honour, and thank God for his providence. Didn't Our Lord warn us that a rich man getting to heaven is like a camel going through the eye of a needle? I'm not saying that I think all rich people are going to hell, but instead saying that mammon has the uncanny ability to corrupt a soul. It becomes an idol, working against our salvation. To strive in keeping up with society is not wise.
After discovering tradition I've had to ammend my ways, right my wrongs, and be honest with myself. It has been no small task, as it has required some drastic changes. I would be having a lot easier time doing that if I hadn't gone to college. A womans mind set is most of her battle. I've had to pick through all my beliefs, convictions, etc, in an attempt to make sure I'm not living according to feministic thinking. After a brutal self evaluation of myself over the past year, it's humiliating to report that I have a ways to go to rid myself of all feministic inklings. 5 years of college did me no favors.