Know also that the big music schools like Berklee, Juliard, Eastman, not to mention the great publics like Bloomington, and the lesser known but still intensely good like St Olaf--churn out thousands in total every year of musicians that are amazing but then have to compete for a very tiny pool of jobs...and every year thousands more are graduated from these schools. And then there are the wunderkinds who don't bother and still get those jobs. And what happens to the VAST majority of these musicians? They end up in jobs unrelated to music...and it isn't for lack of talent or effort. If you want to study music it can be done, perhaps at a more affordable school. Musicians in general should not bury themselves in college debt.
Btw, if you are really good there are potentially other colleges that would give you scholarships so maybe a gap year and reapplying is an option.