So unfortunately I made mistakes my freshman year of college. I had a 2.8 GPA overall, I made a B in both of my summer physics classes as well. This semester I am taking a lighter load, about 14 credit hours and I already did my calculations, even if I make A's this semester I will only have a 3.1 overall GPA at best due to my B's in physics, and that is a huge IF. Now my state flagship university requires you to have a 3.2 GPA if you have between 30-59 credit hours. Over 60 credit hours you only need a 2.8 or higher in order to transfer. I have talked to students who have made it in with 3.1s and 3.2s when they have accumulated over 60 credit hours but here is the problem. I will only have over 60 credit hours after the second semester of my sophomore year. Then I would have to apply in the fall of my junior year and I will be able to attend that university my final three semesters. Why would I even want to do this you ask? Because the university I currently attend is a commute school, most people go to classes and go home. They do not really have much of an active campus life. My first year here, socially, has been miserable, a lot of students I have met who were freshman have already left. There is a large number of 25+ year olds in classes and quite a few people work, basically, not a real college experience. For my final three semesters I would love to enjoy the real college experience and most of all, my parents support me in that. Are there any alternatives to my situation? I am just really miserable since I go to college in the same town I went to high school in and boy life is just depressingly boring. Lots of my peers have pushed me to just join the military if that is what it takes.