I learned what my strengths were through working. I didn’t know that I would end up being a Learning and Development professional when I started doing data entry at a credit card company. There I found out I can explain to people how to do their jobs in a way that helped them learn fast. Also consider volunteering with various organizations. That can expose to you different roles, help you find your strengths, and help you to build a network outside of those you find in your every day life.
i think this is great - keeping your options open the first year is not a negative as many people change their major multiple times in college. I would suggest taking note of the courses you really enjoy in this first year. Then explore what career options you would have if you were to continue of a study course with your most enjoyable classes. This will help you identify what you may want to major in & what you’re passionate about.