The short answer is: yes, absolutely.
Think of it this way: life has its ups and downs, too. And life will continue to move along while you are attending college.
You will find you have strengths you never knew you had, and that will feel wonderful! You will also encounter challenges you have never had to face before, and sometimes they can feel overwhelming. If you are attending school in another state, this may be the first time you are living out on your own, which can feel freeing and validating; or, perhaps the new responsibilities that come with living alone can feel burdensome and uncertain. You will certainly have projects that you maybe procrastinated on too long. You will earn achievements. You will make new friends.
And then you will encounter finals week for the first time... :)
There will certainly be times in college when you feel on top of the world, and perhaps other times (not too many, though!) when you just want to stay under the covers in bed all day. Both are natural, both are normal. My only advice I can offer here is to simply give yourself the space to experience them both.
wish you a good luck I know you will have a bright future !!
In fact, college is one of the best times to experience the ups and downs, as you are in a place where you are meant to learn, not just academics, but life skills. Whether that is how to deal with a roommate you don't exactly match well to, or how to deal with a professor who is a really tough grader. It is not something to worry about, but something to embrace, because as much as there will be some new lows and some more stressful situations, as you develop and learn and adapt, you will also have some of the greatest high points of your life.
Treasure the opportunity!