while I can sympathize with not feeling this is the right place for you...and def smart thinking when it comes to job prospects out of a crappy school/graduating with debt, but....I feel like you are missing the big picture in terms of future prospects. do any jobs even exist right now in the field you are trying to go into? bachelors degrees are virtually worthless. is working at apple for 10.75/hr or whatever they pay actually "inspiring" in any way, shape, or form? being unemployed without debt is surely better than being unemployed WITH debt, but this is precisely why I feel that your attitude is all wrong. the only two options arent grad from a tttt with 70k in debt and o job, or sit around hoping for jobs that dont even exist and work at the apple store in the meantime. you could just work super hard, get awesome grades and transfer. before people scoff at that, I know everyone likes to say that working hard does not equal good grades. I am sure there is some .01% truth to that--some people just do not naturally have it in them to "think" like a lawyer. but even THOSE people can train themselves to by taking a gazillion tests and comparing them to A answers, reading answers in E&E's, etc--point being, you can work yourself to good grades. and naturally, when we feel we are good at something, it makes us like it more.
I know the feel good answer is to say oh yeah, drop out. but really, unless you plan on getting another graduate degree, it would be extremely immature. if you get crappy grades, drop out...and go get another grad degree. but seriously...stop looking to be inspired and fulfilled. part of being a grown up is just doing what you have to do to earn a living. inspiration and fulfillment is for hobbies, not careers.