I'm an incoming freshman at RIT, starting this fall. I was accepted into the CS program and had planned on double majoring in CS and Math. I've been extremely interested in CS for many years now and have great experience with web and systems programming, computer maintenance, networking and so on. My interest in math started a few years back and I flew through Trig, Calc 1 and Calc 2 (taken at UPB). Over the summer, I'm going through multivariable on my own with plans to take Calc 4 (multivar) and Discrete math 1 at RIT this fall. I've recently came across a problem. I've lost my interest in CS. I've tried to do some writing in familiar languages (C++, Java, PHP) and even in new ones (ASM, Lisp) to no avail. I've tried reading books on different elements of CS that I'm not familiar with, but nothing I do reignites that spark. My interest in math has dwindled some, but I can still pick up my Calc book occasionally and work out of it for awhile. My question to you is: what should I do? Are there other subjects I should look into? Also, does RIT sound like a good school for me?