For all of you that have gotten accepted, Congratulations! I agree with everyone else that there is almost nothing you should be doing right now other than enjoying the time you have because honestly, Nursing school is ALOT of work. Organization is key. Finding a good way to balance study time with all the classes and your personal life is a must. But understand that if you wish to succeed in the Nursing program, you will not have much time that isn't dedicated to school.
So that being said, sometime between now and when your classes start, get on to Blackboard and play around with it, especially those, who like me, had never used it before. Once your classes are up on there, go there, read everything, print the calendars and syllabus and all that stuff. Get yourself organized with folders and everything. Your lab (320) will have lots of papers so I suggest a big folder/binder for that one. Also, apparently we had readings that were sort of expected to have been read before the 1st day of class. A lot of people did not know this, but you might want to check on that and stay ahead of the game. Finally, talk to your doctor about possible getting on some sort of benzodiazepam (you'll learn this in Pharmacology this semester) to help with the anxiety! :) Kidding, but by staying organized and on top of stuff early it will pay off as the semester progresses. With projects and assignments, get them done early. It's tempting to put them off because you feel so busy with other stuff, but honestly, dedicate the time and do them early because about half-way through the semester (where we are now) it seems that so many due dates of things are converging. If I hadn't of stayed on top of my stuff I would probably be losing it a little right now.
So thats the biggest bits of advice I can think of for right now. It is a good program. Just understand that JR1 semseter, while it is Nursing school, is probably not what you will think it will be. It's alot of the foundational stuff. You are just learning the basics to be able to go on from there to the fun stuff. Or at least thats what I think. Anyways, take this summer and live it to its fullest. Drink a few ones for me, since I never have the time and we only get a weekend off from this semester to next so that should be fun.