AthenaL, are you applying to transfer to a BFA program for next year? When is the deadline? Is it as a transfer or a Freshman? If you really feel you have no one to ask in school, and you can't work on anything with any professor between now and the application deadlines, you will need to get your recommendations outside. This will take time though. You could find community theatre roles, or professional theatre classes --both of these would give you recommendations. Or you can hire a great coach and work with him/her and this person can give recommendations. Or you can take long term classes at any number of theatre programs such as Circle in the Square, or Stratford in Canada, or well, any number of places. Many are over the summer but there are semester long options. These will cost money though and again, all these will take time to establish the experience and build for recommendations. The thing is: Are you desperately unhappy at your BA program? If so, why are you still there? You can pull out at this point - after this semester - and simply focus on building for your recommendations. Then apply next year.
I'd suggest you take a further step back to evaluate what your long term goals are. If they are to get into a top BFA program and you feel you don't have any recommendations, then an extra semester or even a year - if that's what it takes- isn't that huge in the scheme of things. If money is an issue (it is for us) then you'll need to plan with that in mind. Community theatre is probably the most inexpensive option as you learn 'on the job' and can work in a paying job as you go. There are many fine community theatres; some are much more reputable than others though. It will also depend on where you live. After that, taking classes at a professional theatre is probably the least expensive. MANY professional theatres offer excellent classes for the adult actor and they're taught by well connected directors or professional actors. Check it out. Good luck--take a deep breath. You can do this. :-)