Your situation is somewhat different than that of the young woman who wrote in the other day. And, luckily for you, you’ve got an easier dating road in front of you than she does.
The “shy, no drinking, virgin in college” (let’s call her Mary to make it easier) is living a lifestyle restricted by her religious beliefs, and those restrictions will make it a challenge for her to date in college. I did not advocate, nor would I, that she should give up her moral stance on drinking and premarital sex. But I did warn her that the average college guy wants an abundance of drinking and premarital sex. Not all guys. But the average college guy.
You, like Mary, do not have sex on the table, so your field of men will be limited in the same way. But you do like parties and aren’t afraid to make new friends. That means you’ll probably have a wider net to cast in your search for a guy that likes you and is willing to wait. Despite that, I’m going to give you the same advice I gave to her. Don’t change who you are for any guy you’re interested in. You have your principles. Mary has her principles. And those principles define the both of you and ought to be guiding lights in your respective lives. So stick to them and date men that abide by similar ones.