I currently work part time and I am given medical insurance which is great because it is not super common to receive those kinds of benefits as a part-timer. Anyway, my ordeal is, I am looking at a lot of accelerated programs because this is not my first bachelors degree, I live at home, not married, and no kids, and time is of the essence. It looks like a lot of these accelerated programs do not advise their students to work because of the intensity (which makes sense). So I am wondering, how do people who no longer qualify to be on their parents' insurance (I turn 26 in July) nor are they married (happily engaged but yeah not married), have medical insurance in nursing school
if they are not working?
I'm not sure what state you live in- but in PA, you can qualify for Medicaid if you make under X-amount in the last month. I have insurance through my parents bur no one in PA accepts it because it is Wisconsin insurance. I am going to wait until I start school and apply for Medicaid so I can actually be seen somewhere and not pay out the ***! I would consider looking at the Medicaid options in your state. I would apply now, but I make too much money
Good Luck to you!!
Last edit by sirI on Apr 9