I am a sophomore at University of Colorado Boulder and I don't like it here. I feel like I am in wrong place here. I am majoring in Molecular biology and nobody in my major seems to like this major, even science in general. I am considering to switch my major into chemistry at this last point, because I hope I could learn more technical skills with that. Well that raises the question, does it matter what college you go to for science? I don't like the students here, they are not very scientifically inspired people. The library is closed after midnight and they make us go home from dorms during the break (nobody is supposed to stay). And when I go out and talk to the professors, nobody needs undergrad in their labs. I am not doing anything extra except my classes and wondering that maybe it is the state school and I am in wrong place. How is it in more prestigious schools and does it make a difference for what school you go to as long as you do well? By the way, I am planning to do my PhD in chem or biology, so science is essential to me. Actually it is everything to me.