It just came to me that our DD will graduate in May, and she has been accepted to Grad school (fellowship). I know how it works while in college full time, but what about grad school directly after graduation? With the ACA does anyone know how this impacts retirees dependents. Typically they just show proof of enrollment and will be able to remain until they are 23, but she will turn 23 while in the fellowship program. She will graduate from grad school 3 months after turning 23. Will they continue to cover her? I haven't asked Bullet yet, because it just came into my mind today, and I was hoping someone else here knows how this gray shade of insurance works in case he doesn't. (DS1 went AF so it was not on our radar, and we assumed she would be going workforce, not fellowship) I am sure we could just pay for it via college, but I have also read that colleges are now dropping insurance programs due to ACA. Just curious if any retiree knows the path, if they allow it to be extended until she graduates? Not saying Bullet doesn't know, he probably does, but I also thought that any and all answers will help others too, especially ROTC parents and their children going casual status.