See if there is a Catholic group on campus. We had one, even at the small engineering college DH and I went to in Illinois. It was a great way to talk to others who shared at least some values and were interested enough in being Catholic to make time for it as a campus activity.
I don’t think 19 is too young to being searching for a spouse. As much as I love Dr. Laura, I think her edict that no one should even consider marrying until 27 or 28 is ridiculous. Perhaps that is true for some people, but I have known plenty who got married way younger and did just fine. The difference is COMMITMENT. If you have the right attitude about marriage going in, and the maturity to handle making a lifetime commitment, then I think you can be ready a lot earlier. DH and I have been together since we were both 17. We didn’t get married until after college, but there were many reasons for that, including MIL begging DH to wait until his degree was finished and the fact the ROTC prefers their officer candidates not to be married. But we did it as soon after graduation as we could!
So, JFonseka, I think if you are not looking at dating as just fun or sport, then yes, right now is probably actually a really good time to begin testing the waters. The mentality that sees dating as something you do for 10 or 15 years, just shifting from person to person, I think causes so much damage. It jades people, makes them cynical, and can cause real emotional damage that you then carry into your search for marriage. Meaning you will most likely be less successful, either in finding the right person or in making it last. So don’t do that. Look at it as evaluating potential spouses, take it seriously, and you’ll do fine. Be prepared to have little company in this attitude, however. But, hey, anything really worth doing is usually hard, right?