I'm in school for a second degree (halfway done) and I'm also in my mid 20's... I tend to date guys who are 26-30 years when their boys and their carrier is the most important thing to them... They are starting to have a good amount of spending money, financial independence and organised time.. I was more on that page before school but my life revolves around my school and it's really invasive of my time and I don't revolved around normal hours although I make myself super available if I like a guy that I'm dating.. Guys always ask me on a first date how much school I have left.. I feel like being a student is holding me back and preventing me from having a normal relationship... I always had a boyfriend until I went back to school but over the past two years I've been in school and my dating situations always end around 3-6 weeks in (I also live alone)...
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There are only a few concerns I ask girls when I meet them if they are dating potential. That is
"Where are you going next?" A lot of guys like me end up dealing with messages from girls in their lower 20's and they are just starting school and intend on transferring far off which makes me wonder "Why do you want to meet me if you're just going to move across the US in 6 months?"
Other than that, you say you're super available so it is not like school is sucking up time you intend to use for dating.1