Before you do anything else, reconsider your class schedule. A higher GPA will probably mean more to your future career prospects than keeping the math major. Also, balance your schedule so you have a mix of lower-work/more-gently-graded classes and harder classes every semester.

Consider dropping the job depending on the criteria ChaosMote noted.

Your lifestyle sounds pretty sterile. You should make an effort to socialize more. College can be a place you make friends who last a lifetime, if you put some effort in.

College can be a place you make friends who last a lifetime, if you put some effort in.

I wound up not liking anyone I met at the University of Tulsa. But then I had to transfer there after three semesters at a real university - Washington University in St. Louis. Imagine going from just below Ivy League to a place which, according to a Wikipedia page, has only one notable alum with a STEM degree from there, compared to dozens of alumni in areas like entertainment, business and sports:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_University_of_Tulsa_people

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3Capla5yWhat leads you to think this? What kind of effort?

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