If you don't have a mac- then decision is made for you!
Not having a cubase teacher is no big problem.
There are lots of youtube tutorials, and other on line and DVD tutorials that you could look at.
Whoever told you Logic was the "industry standard in studios" hasn't been in many studios!
Pro-Tools, Nuendo, Cubase, Logic, Sadie, Pyramix.....
The list is pretty long and if only one was used in all studios, the others wouldn't exist!
Whatever production and technical techniques the college teaches in Logic, the same principles will apply to all DAWs, or at least they should!
You can make great music using either Cubase to Logic, they both are capable of things we old folks couldn't even dream off a few decades ago.
Pick one, learn it and enjoy!
If you've already got Cubase, stick with it and use it.