Well I mean she doesn't want a relationship and it's obvious, and I don't one with her again. We broke up her saying she needed space to find herself. She's changed so I'm good on my own if I had a choice to go back.
I could be dead wrong. There are a lot of possible explanations.
Everyone is, to some extent, a bundle of conflicting motivations, and a large number of people really suck at turning those into cohesive thoughts even to themselves, and thus are absolutely terrible at communicating what's going on to others. I hope this doesn't come out the wrong way, but in school, that's especially true - age and experience, new responsibilities, pressures from lots of different directions - there's a ton going on.
All that just to say, she may not even know what she's trying to communicate. I had one relationship that confused the hell out of me. The woman was conflicted, so we cycled from "together" to not returning calls. I eventually ended it, but until about a year later, I thought she had been ****ing with me to amuse herself. Then I talked to one of her friends who explained she was just kinda of screwed up about these things.
One thing I do now about these things is try to accept that a lot of the time, I'm simply never going to know what's Really Going On(tm) with someone else. It is irritating, but accepting that you can neither predict nor reverse-engineer someone's words or actions has the advantage of being accurate. And sometimes, it can be a lot of fun.
 I am not a psychologist, etc.