From personal experience my friend....I'm 6', not dark, but I'd say pretty handsome, and my gf would agree. Imagine being in your shoes, but then going off to college, knowing NO ONE, and having acne, and by acne I mean moderately/severe acne. You have 3 options:
1) you can be your normal, confident, self-assured way that you were around your family, where you know youre loved and can be your true person
2) you can be shy, quiet, introverted, and self conscious because you think every single person you talk to/try to meet will judge your acne
3) you can take a road in the middle, and be a little bit of both, but moreso quiet.
I chose path #3. And let me tell you, I spent a good year or so digging myself out of that hole. Not to say that going to college and being reserved initially hurts, but when you don't know anyone and don't meet a lot of people, it can be troubling down the road when people make their little groups of friends.
The moral of this story, which I can go into WAY more detail should you want it, is CHOOSE PATH 1. not just for college, but for life in general. you NEED to live life for you, and truthfully, after probably a good two years, lord knows how many medications/creams/treatments I tried, and a lot of thinking and self reflection, I realized that I needed to be able to look into the mirror and love myself before I could love anybody else. You need to be comfortable in your own skin (literally), and sometimes, as much as it sucks, just pretend as though nothing is wrong, even when indeed you know there's stuff wrong. If you're charismatic, loud, have energy and enthusiasm, and ooze confidence, NOTHING and NO ONE is gonna get in your way, the ladies will come by the flock, and trust me, they won't care if your skin is flawless or looking like a nuclear bomb hit. Keep trying to improve yourself, make your life interesting, stay busy, and STAY CONFIDENT. Those are the ingredients to making life awesome and to making the girls swoon, one at a time.