Although obtaining the A+, Network+, then CCNA will get you off to a good start, these are all entry-level IT certifications. At best, they will qualify you for an entry-level position. Your prospects will vary to a large extent upon where in the world you are located, and what your local job market is like. Here in the United States, for example, the certs your are pursuing might be helpful, and they might not be helpful, because the entry-level job market is *very* competitive. On the other hand, the college degree here is probably even more useful than those certifications, because of its higher cost, longer time commitment, and broader range of required subject matter.
If you’d care to tell me more about your work background, your location, and your actual job aspirations, I can probably respond in kind.
If you really want to have a chance of getting a job in IT without a college degree, you are one the right track in pursuing as many certifications as you can. Start by checking <a href="http://www.comptia.org/">here</a>. (IMHO) A college degree is still the best way to open doors in any profession. Also expect a lower starting pay until you can prove yourself.
IMHO a college degree doesn't do much in the IT field. Most people that I know in the IT field don't have a degree and a doing just fine for them selves. I myself do not have one, and I am going quite well for myself. The degree will help get you past the HR people, but the degree won't mean much to the technical people you will be interviewing with after that. They are much more interested in your technical experience. The people you are interviewing against that don't have the degree have a few years most work experience to draw on which will help them get that job over the candidate with only the degree.
Once you have a few years of work experience the degree won't mean anything as you will be relying on your work experience to get your next position.
Not to mention that the IT field changes so quickly that the tech skills learned in class become very outdated very quickly.
I think it depends on your location.
In my country, a degree is very important, because if you don't have it, you will not even have the chance to show your technical skills. It is the first filter, and without it your chances to get the job, are minimum.