Thanks for reaching out. It takes a lot of courage to be so open with your emotions - we are very grateful for it.
I can't imagine how challenging it was to juggle University studies, being unemployed, and also moving cities. Moving cities and beginning University are super big transitions, so that must have been extremely difficult to balance. I can also relate to your University challenges in some way. During first year Uni (nearly 3 years back) I struggled to make friends as I felt really different from people in my course, you could even say a bit like an outcast. On top of that, I had minimal contact hours meaning that I rarely got to see people unless I made a super conscious effort to stay back after class. However, often I felt super anxious and awkward about initiating conversations so would just leave my classes quickly. I can confidently say I didn't make a single friend at University that year, and ever the year after that. I also know heaps of people who, after three years, still have not made a single University friend. University is definitely a challenging time for a lot of people and can also be a lonely experience. Especially with Covid-19 currently, opportunities to make friends appear more limited than usual. However, joining clubs that are of interest to you can be a great way to make friends. Potentially, you can begin searching some Uni clubs you might be interested in to join next semester? Uni clubs usually always have a great online presence as well, so I'm sure if you message them on some social media platform now they can provide you information on joining dates etc.
University is never an easy period; however, know that you are not alone!
Always here to talk if you feel up to it :)
Wishing you all the best!