So glad to hear that you are in college. Isn't knowledge freeing and exciting?
Take a deep breath. Even though you are a bit older than the WTS likes to see baptised, you still have time to "make up your mind." Yes, they will try to put pressure on you. I like the answer from the teen mentioned earlier. Don't allow them to make your choices for you.
Pell grants may be time-consuming and hard to get. For other financial assistance the school will look at the ability to pay from your family. You are wise to "lay low" until the education is completed. At this time in your life, your education is the most important thing you can get...it will be yours and no one can take it from you. It will open doors for you all your life, and give you a sense of satisfaction.
I will give you motherly advise that others may disagree with. You do not have to have a sexual relationship to have a boyfriend, even if he pressures you to. You can have the utmost respect for yourself, and value yourself as a person, not an object for sex. If he demands that you have sex, then that gives you a clue.......
The elders are going to want to know if you are still an "approved associate" for the congregation. You have some choices to make. I for one don't like to see anyone having to "live a lie."
I do not know if your relationship with your boyfriend is sexual, but they will want to know. You can put them off for a while, but the discussion is probably inevitable. They will even pull you into "the back room" during a meeting, if they feel they can't meet with you any other time.
Hoping the best for you now and in the future.