In the fifth season premiere (the first on the WB), worrywarts Hilda and Zelda grapple with freshman Sabrina's decision to fly the nest and live at college, where their niece has issues with her new roommates Roxie, Morgan and Miles. Trying to get over her first love, Harvey, Sabrina decides to make some big changes in her life, starting with attending college and living away from home like a normal freshman-but she soon discovers a normal freshman doesn't have life so easy.
In an attempt to juggle her hectic academic and social calendars, Sabrina casts a too good to be true speed spell so she can fly faster than time. Meanwhile, Zelda accepts a position as associate professor at the college, much to the chagrin of her independently minded niece.
When Sabrina realizes she has been turning down guys left and right since her breakup with Harvey, she casts a spell ensuring that she'll say "yes" every time she's asked out. Meanwhile, Hilda takes over ownership of the coffee house, but her people skills are scaring the customers away. Also, Miles develops a student-teacher crush on Zelda and Josh shocks Sabrina by taking Morgan out on a date.
While attending an Other Realm amusement park, Sabrina runs into her shifty evil twin, Katrina, who's set on sabotaging Sabrina's life.
Sabrina and Roxie are teamed together to write a story in an effort to land a coveted spot on the school newspaper. As they both search for a story that is provocative and compelling, they come up with the idea to go undercover as rushees for Morgan's sorority, Mu Pi. But Sabrina has second thoughts on the sorority expose when she learns it could land Morgan and her sorority sisters in a heap of trouble. Meanwhile, Hilda refuses to give Salem a spot in her Friday night showcase, so he turns on her by becoming a talent agent handling performers from the Other Realm.
After she learns Hilda and Zelda won't be home for Halloween, Sabrina decides to throw a party at their place- and soon regrets the decision when she must repair the love of two monsters Frankenstein & Bride of Frankenstein when Roxie get's in the way of their meaningful relationship. Meanwhile Salem stalks a college girl and Hilda Zelda's outfits may not seem to be all that for the galaxy opening.
When Sabrina tries to pull Miles away from his latest conspiracy theory and into some semblance of a social life, she unknowingly pushes him right into the hands of a cult whose eccentirc leader claims to be a witch.
Tired of hiding her true identity when dating normal guys, Sabrina agrees to be fixed up by Zelda with a handsome and charming withc Derek, but the budding romance is dashed when she encounters racism over the fact that she is half-mortal.
Sabrina is distraught when she receives her first "C" ever on a class assignment and turns to Zelda for counseling, but Zelda ends up conducting her own private tutoring session with Sabrina's handsome professor.
Sabrina opts to spend a picture-perfect Christmas with Morgan and her family rather than endure the annual insanity with Hilda and Zelda, but soon discovers the ugly secrets under that flawless facade.
Sabrina tries to give Josh a little confidence booster in his new passion to be a photographer, but her simple spell to help him make his first sale leads to his getting a big head and walking out on his job at the coffeehouse.
A visit from old friends who are now parents sets Hilda's very literal biological clock running at an alarming speed.
When Sabrina reluctantly takes in Zelda for a few days while Hilda's on a home remodeling binge, Sabrina and her roommates try to loosen up the tightly wound Zelda.
Sabrina tries to right a wrong when she writes an article for the school paper exposing the preferential treatment given to school athletes.
While on a Valentine's Day double date, Josh surprises Sabrina by telling her he's breaking up with Morgan, who's oblivious to the fact.
Sabrina is flattered when her new boyfriend writes music about his feelings for her, but the pressure to inspire as his muse becomes a one-sided relationship.
Sabrina's wild vision of her first college spring break turn squeaky-clean when her aunts ask '60s teen idol Frankie Avalon to put a spell on the trip that sets Sabrina and her friends in a world straight out of a '60s beach movie.
Sabrina's heck-raising cousin Amanda is sent to live in the Mortal Realm for a year. Rather than have her stay at the Spellmans', though, Hilda and Zelda arrange for Sabrina to help get Amanda into a special school called Witchright Hall for maladjusted young witches.
Bottling up her feelings of stress about schoolwrok, Sabrina gets involved in a protest to save a historical building but Salem, who is suffering from a crisis, makes Sabrina's protest yesterday's news. Meanwhile, Josh thinks twice about his relationship with Morgan when he strikes up a close friendship with Sabrina.
Paranormal-studies major Miles spots a flying car and gives a class presentation on it, but the students are less than thrilled with his UFO sighting.
Miles brings a paranormal-energy detector into the house so that he can identify spirits, and it goes berserk near Sabrina.
Music group Eden's Crush performs in the lighthearted comedy's fifth season finale, which finds Sabrina and Josh hosting a singles night at the coffee house. The idea is hatched when Sabrina realizes that many people who come to the cafe look lonely, and before the witch can say hocus-pocus, she and Josh have planned the event. But things go haywire when Josh's friend stands up Roxie, triggering an argument between Josh and Sabrina.