Hey! Congrats on entering a whole new world! When I was attending community college, there were a few things I did to make new friends. I joined the newsletter club. From the newsletter club, I found out about a weekly meet-up at a local coffee shop to talk about politics and such. It was super casual but very fun to be a part of.
Long story short, try to get yourself involved as much as possible, even if it's a group or school club you think you might not enjoy very much, it's worth going to a meeting-or-two to see if it's a good fit for you. At the very least, you'll see some new faces.
Some other things I did to meet new people:
1) Got involved with the events at my housing community.
2) Went to just about every single event happening at my campus.
3) Was proactive with hanging out with roommates and going to any events they invited me to.
4) Stopped by a few free salsa classes.
Get involved. Check out what's happening at your school. Push your self outside your comfort zone. This is a great question! I know I personally struggled with meeting people when I first started college, especially as an introvert. But after I made an effort to get involved, that's when I started to create really great friendships.
Best of luck!