Jesus offers you a personal relationship and the opportunity to take the load off. Give him your time and effort and lay your worries on him and he will help you.
It's so easy to put your all into something during your first year for satisfaction. It might be the massive parties at The Engine Shed, getting to know that person you fancy, making the first team in the football club, even getting the top marks on your course.
Jesus told the people he spoke to that putting their whole life into things like that - in the world - will leave you disappointed: the party might not be as epic as you thought; your crush might not like you back; you might not make the 1st team in the sports society; you might not get a 1st in your course. Even if you do get these things, they won't last forever.
He was saying that if you base your life around things that don't last, you'll end up disappointed and unsatisfied. It's not that enjoying a party, getting to know people, having ambition in sport or doing well in your course are bad things in themselves. You need to put your heart into something that lasts - and Jesus says that he is that thing.
Help with burn out and getting satisfaction in life are all well and good but there's more to Jesus than just that. He said "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me." (John 14:6).
If you want to know the best way to live, you want to know the truth about reality, if you want life after this one, Jesus is the way to get it and you need to take him seriously.
A famous author, CS Lewis, once said that Jesus could be one of three things: a liar, a lunatic or Lord.
Jesus had some very important things to say. He even said that he would die for the sins of the world. Sure enough, he was crucified. But rising from the dead, he showed that he indeed was God and that what he said was true. No one else in history has lived, died and risen again. This Jesus is something diffferent.
Jesus said things that relate to you: whether you're a fresher, a third year, a mature student, a lecturer or anyone at all. His life, death and resurrection mean that what he said is worth looking into.
The one piece of advice I'd give to any Fresher is to look into who Jesus is and what he said and did. It will change your life!