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I already have a bachelors degree and I was taking a few masters classes this semester just so i could keep myself active while applying. Since I got accepted to UDM, I won't be taking masters classes next semester because they cost me so much money.

Since I'm technically enrolled in school/program, will I still be able to stay on my parents insurance plan if I'm not "in" school from Jan to Aug when dental school starts?

Also, if I don't take classes will I have to start paying my undergrad loans??
 

pinhi

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I already have a bachelors degree and I was taking a few masters classes this semester just so i could keep myself active while applying. Since I got accepted to UDM, I won't be taking masters classes next semester because they cost me so much money.

Since I'm technically enrolled in school/program, will I still be able to stay on my parents insurance plan if I'm not "in" school from Jan to Aug when dental school starts?

Also, if I don't take classes will I have to start paying my undergrad loans??
this is a good question for ur insurance company friend
 

HannaBanana

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Generally, I think you can stay on their insurance plan if you are under a specific age. I think it's typically like under 24/25.
 

slm266

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Starting January, you can be on your parents' insurance until age 25, even if you are graduated and/or married.