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And yes you can not just use the cal poly logo and put it on any club or anything else. This is the same at any school. It must be approved.
If you picked a major that heavily involves something you truly hate, that's a big mistake, but understandable. Staying in the major after you figured out you truly hate it for real is again extremely silly, but maybe forgivable. But deciding to go ahead and graduate in a major you truly hate...... well let's just say you have bigger problems than what school you're attending.
It is totally cool to share your perspective on the areas that Cal Poly can or needs to improve upon, even if you are militant about it. But it is not cool to attribute your entire life misery and failures onto the backs of your school. This is because NO SINGLE institution in your life should have that much power over your personal success or happiness. If Cal Poly, or for that matter any university, really is capable of having such profound negative impact on one's life, then the converse of that MUST also be true. That means a university, if chosen correctly, can put me on a permanent state of bliss or nirvana! Everyone here knows that is simply impossible!
What is Cal Poly's fault is their massive failure in selecting the right (in every sense, from academics to school culture) freshman candidate for admission. It is obvious that Cal Poly's flawed admission process lacks the holistic approach that will enable it to select for both academic, school cultural, and maturity fit. I can see how they made an admission mistake with your candidacy. There are others that would love to be studying CS at Cal Poly, and would have the deepest appreciation for that opportunity and thus the maturity to maximize the learning opportunity in all its facets. Simply put, not only you despise this chance, you also sound like you have the maturity level of a 14 year old, and the concept of personal responsibility means nothing to you.
And if I were you, I would keep the firearm club idea under wraps. Your fellow students might worry about your state of mental health, and fear for their safety.