This is a great question and developing a sense of personal independence is perhaps the most important aspect that you will develop throughout your four years at college. I don't know about you, but for me at least my parents really did a lot for me; they would schedule medical appointments when I was sick, would pay for my textbooks, would drive me to school, would do my laundry, and would remind me to wash my hands frequently. In college, you are not going to have your normal support network that has been there for you in the past. Sure you can always have your parents, but unless you are going to Facetime your parents 24/7, you are largely responsible for yourself.
I would start now to begin developing personal independence habits if you haven't already, meaning start doing your own laundry, clean your own room, wash your own dishes, schedule your own appointments. The sooner you get into the habit of doing these the easier your adjustment to college will be. I know that my mom had to teach me how to do laundry and the difference between hot vs. cold water and separating colors from whites (I know, really embarrassing).
I hope this helps and I wish you the best in college!!
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