Thanks for the feedback. New draft.
Chuck Carlyle starts college with normal expectations: classes, clubs, and the occasional party. His telekinetic and telepathic abilities aren’t making things easy, though. His control over these abilities is haphazard at best, but he soon learns that’s the least of his problems. (I think it's better if you mention his abilities in the first sentence.)
Just as Chuck settles into the college routine, he encounters extremists of his kind attempting to steal an ancient artifact from a museum (What is this artifact? Why is it important?). Between a destroyed museum and a near dead patron, he sees firsthand how destructive powers can be in the wrong hands. A rash decision puts Chuck and his friends right in the extremists’ warpath. In the middle of the chaos, he discovers a hidden ability to copy powers used on him, which ruins the fragile control he had on his powers. This was not the class trip he was expecting.
Chuck searches for answers and finds that the map (What map? You mean the artifact? You better mention it when you talk about some people stealing it.) is the key to enhancing powers to unstoppable levels. The only thing standing in the way of the extremists’ plot for the fall of ordinary humanity is the map’s counterpart. It’s coming to the most secure museum in San Francisco in a month. Chuck has to get to it first. But between the onslaught of school assignments, Chuck barely has time to sleep, let alone save the world (Is it really important that he doesn't have time for school? It doesn't feel like it's a big conflict.). And it’s not like he can explain to everyone that he failed out of school to rob a museum.
Chuck is given an out. If he doesn't interfere with the extremists' plans, he's guaranteed safety for him and his friends. But he couldn't possibly leave the fate of humanity in their hands. If he doesn't learn to control his powers and come up with a suitable game plan in time, he might not have a choice.
I think you need to add some details about the artifact. You say Chuck can't control his powers. Has Chuck ever hurt anyone or caused a problem because he can't control his powers? If there is something like that, I think you should mention it, briefly. But hey, I'm no expert. I may be wrong.
Good luck :)