So there IS hope after all!
Anyway, while the fact that I'm a late-comer to Latin and especially Greek in undergrad has hindered me from getting into some PhD programs of my choice (which, honestly, was not a surprise to me at all), starting late is apparently not completely hopeless. I've an offer for the MPhil at Cambridge, which while more reasonable was also a bit beyond my actual expectations.
The main problem now will be scrounging up the money for't. There is, of course, also the fact that it will probably be more affordable to do a post-bac. Decisions, decisions.
However, I still think the moral of the story is to start your languages before the second semester of your junior year in undergrad. The only reason I could fit in an almost decent amount of Latin before graduating was because I defied people in a couple things, and I also decided to stay an extra year as an undergrad. And believe me you, that was not without a few bumps in the road, from which my buttocks are still recovering.
Still, it's nice to finally be seeing the end of this road and the beginning of the next one. And I have 39 days left until graduation. Time sure does fly.