I've never been the greatest, hardest working student - my teachers would agree. However, throughout high school, I still managed to take a very rigorous schedule and finish within the top 1% of my class. I wasn't super involved in extracurricular activities, but I was the president of a club and did different sports throughout the year. I got into one of my top choice universities, Georgia Tech, studying the major of my choice and I've been nothing short of an abject failure.
I was so excited when I first got to college last year, my mind brimming with all types of possibilities and opportunities. I joined as many rocketry and robotics clubs that I could as well as participating in intramural sports and joined a fraternity. I got a 4.0 my first semester taking a decent schedule, 14 hours, and I was loving college.
I don't know what happened, but my second semester is when things fell apart. It seems silly, but I just sort of woke up one day and hated it all. I slowly phased out of my classes, I dropped every single one of the clubs I was in, and I dropped my fraternity as well. I just wanted to sleep and eat. I planned my day around when I would go to the dining hall and eat the horrible food there. I had to drop my English class because I was going to fail it due to me not completing any of the projects, and my GPA dropped to a 3.0.
Then corona and summer hit, and I thought I could do some summer classes to rebound and get ahead. I tried to take English again, but had to drop it again because I was going to fail due to the same reason as before. I also failed my Diff Eq class by a large margin as I got zeroes on two tests and the final (I did not attempt them).
I'm now on academic warning with a 2.8 GPA, and I just want to give up. I want to drop out so badly, but I have no idea what I'd do. I hate college so much. I know I'm stupid and lazy, but I don't know what to do about it.