Feeling stressed anytime during the school year is normal. Even I went through stress. Also, you may discover some things about yourself during your time at college. Trust me, I discovered something about myself during my final semester.
Also, if you have any questions about college or just want to vent about something that happened at college, my inbox and comment section are always open. I may not get to it right away though since I don't wake up until sometime in the afternoon (plus, if I finally get a job, I won't be on Gaia for long periods of time during the day).
The college I graduated from stopped doing supplemental instruction, thank goodness. I went to one for biology my freshman year because we were doing Moles in lab and I remember how I struggled with it in chemistry in high school. The SI session was right after lab (SI sessions are 50 minutes long), so I decided to go so I could learn to understand Moles better. My SI leader was hung over and we spent more than half the time looking at pictures on this girl's phone of her boyfriend being on her bed.
Be careful of being at parties where alcohol is being consumed. Sometimes (depending on which RA catches you or what building you're in), everyone gets written up for drinking regardless of if everyone was drinking or not. If you develop a crush on your RA, it will go nowhere. At least at the college I went to, RAs cannot have a relationship with the people they are RAs for due to the possibility of favoritism. Does your college have community bathrooms? Mine didn't, but if you do, wear something on your feet when showering. If the college offers free HIV testing, take advantage of it. Even if you are not sexually active, get into the routine of getting tested. Take free stuff from events and club fairs. I got a free cupcake from a club fair one time. It was a delicious cupcake. If there is something similar to "supplemental instruction" at your college, don't do it! The supplemental instructors are students who did very well in the class in a prior semester and they aren't good at teaching (I should know. I went to a session once freshman year to get help and the supplemental instructor was hungover). If you do anything remotely sexual with anyone, ASK FOR CONSENT FIRST! Fill condoms up with water and tie it like a balloon like my roommate did freshman year. Don't keep your door open, even though people will say that it'll help you meet people. We did that freshman year, and two high lacrosse players stood outside the door to the suite asking for someone and then came in and commented on how they love Betty Boop (I was wearing Betty Boop pajamas that night).
Maybe your college will have Sex Ed Boot Camp like at my college.
Remember to ask for consent whenever you want to do anything sexual with anyone. DO NOT take any condoms that were thumbtacked onto anything. The hole in the condom made from the push pin will render the condom ineffective. Study more than you did in high school. If a girl asks you to flex, do it. Stay away from pot. If anyone offers you pot (or any of its other names), just say no. Eat french fries and save some for me. Convocation will be boring. That is one of the few times you'll hear the alma mater (the other time will be graduation). If you choose not to consume alcoholic beverages, people will make fun of you (like they did with me when I wouldn't drink under age). But be proud that you are sticking to your beliefs. Join a club. Use a sleeping bag to keep you warm (a roommate did that once). I'll give more advice later.
If your college is anything like mine, there will be free condoms at your health and wellness center (for in case you end up wanting to go that far with someone, or you want to be like my friends and hand me condoms as part of a birthday gift).