I don't know you specifically, and I don't know your life situation.
You're 21. That is young. If you graduate at age 25 or 26 you'll still be young, AND you will know more useful things.
University studies are not job training. They help you grow academically, they give valuable life experience, they are an opportunity to learn through guided study in a safe environment where mistakes are encouraged as long as you learn from them. Some people use the setting to learn a few things and become mediocre. Others use the setting to explore amazing things and push their own personal limits.
In general my recommendation is that if your life circumstances allow it, a university program can be a wonderful boost to your career and your life.
But it is not my opinion or recommendation that matters. It is your life, and you get to live it.