I work at a college, though not as a faculty member. I encourage you and your daughter to talk with the ADA Counselor on campus as you sort through the issues that may come up. If she does receive a diagnosis prior to attending, that counselor may be able to help her adjust her schedule and her lifestyle as she moves into the world of College Freshman. If she does not receive a diagnosis, that counselor may still be able to offer her some support and encouragement.
Your daughter is to be commended - she is a brave young woman to be seeking such independence at such an uncertain point in her life. It sounds like you are raising a very strong young woman. Please stay with our forum, and if you'd like, encourage your daughter to join in as well. There's a wealth of knowledge, friendship and support here!
And... "Speaking of Faith" is one of my favorite NPR shows - I've learned so much from it, I'm glad you've found it!
~"I find hope in the darkest of days, and focus in the brightest. I do not judge the universe." (Dalai Lama)