Your freshman year in the University is full of excitements and opportunities, but new experiences bring in new challenges. Your peers have different cultural backgrounds and different preferences for doing things. You might sometimes get confused about how to fit in those new realities around you in the campus; feel uncomfortable in dealing with those new values and diverse perspectives. You do not know how to get to know each other. For some of you it might be your first experience in living outside your comfort zone and you might be missing your immediate family support. You do not know how to handle the class load and adapt to the university academic life.
Well, do not worry! Your student advisers are here to help you. They make sure you survive both the academic and environment shocks. They offer you guidance and counsel to help you grow in the new campus. They might fill up the support gap you feel. Just keep in touch with them if you need any of such assistance. Come by appointment and discuss your uncomfortable affairs. They will help you get involved in the social aspects of the university life and build up yourself.