Hi tallulahh and welcome to the forums
I myself also struggled with anxiety at Uni, and also went on and off medication.
Half the battle was admitting I had a problem and being open to getting help so I want to commend you and making that step.
I myself had access to a youth mental health service called headspace. I went there for help and was able to get therapy through them. I found it helpful. They also have an online counselling section on www.eheadspace.org.au See if this could be an option for you
One thing I want to suggest to you is having a look at your Universities disability services. I thought this was only for physical disabilities, but mental illness can qualify also (note need to get some forums filled out by gp/therapist, which was simple enough). They can help you along your career journey. I was able to get special consideration for placement, allowing me to get one day off every three weeks for appointments. They don't tell your coordinator about your disability, so it is all confidential (note a diabetic can join disability services, and my friend a type 1 diabetic did). They can help you juggle it. I think have a look at your local university counselling service (usually attached to disability services) and see how they can assist you. I only found this service in my last semester which was a same.
It can be hard to juggle, especially if you are having a flare up, but I promise it is possible. Even if you have to reduce the load for a bit.