Leeriesan, I am sorry your schooling ended so abruptly like that. It doesn't seem fair that a teacher could force you to quit because of one missed day...is there anyway the school can let you finish the class online in your own time to get that degree? I would contact the school and ask to speak to the guidance counsellor to find out.
As for your pain, I know you'll need to wait until you have either the money or the insurance to see a doctor, but you might want to try and find one now and see if you can work out a payment plan in order to get some treatment now. Make sure you take your drugs that you do have as they were prescribed, but the sooner you get in to see someone, the better off you will be. I agree with CrazyKitty....you need to do something to keep your body moving or the pain and stiffness will overwhelm you. Make sure you're using heat as well, in the form of those magic heat bags you microwave, or by making one out of a sock and rice (and some lavender scent to relax you).
You might also find it helpful to do some meditation and/or relaxation exercises. If you are able to, download some free meditation music to your iPod or other MP3 player. Try and set up a routine twice a day of concentrated relaxation (LOL...what an oxymoron that is!). There are some free programs out there of guided imagery relaxation which might be helpful. These might also be helpful for your restless leg syndrome...some other things you can try for that include soaking your feel in cool water before bed, stretching, leg rubs, taking a multi-vitamin, and I've heard taking two aspirin before bed can help (but you might want to check with a pharmacist or doctor about that). Speaking of the pharmacist, they're an excellent source of information and might have some ideas on other things you can try, supplement wise.
As for work, I don't know if you've found anything yet, feeling as you are, but I wish you all the best with that. I know it's a tough market period, and to try and find something you can do without increasing your pain might be tricky, but I'm sure you can do it. Check with local organizations in your area for employment resources, etc.
You've been through a lot of stress with all of these changes, and your body is reacting to them. Start your new life right by doing all you can to relax and treat your body well, and hopefully good things will start happening for you.
Conditions: Fibromyalgia, Severe Myofascial Pain, Chronic Pelvic Pain (with permanent muscle damage), Femoroacetabular Impingement (CAM and Pincer), Reynauds, IBS, Surgical Adhesions, Ophthalmic Migraines, Severe Hot Flashes (both Surgical Menopause and medication related), plus physically unable to vomit due to the Nissen, and I have extremely tiny veins with a lot of scar tissue...a joy when it comes to having to give blood or get an IV started
Surgeries: Appendix, Uterus, Nissen Fundoplication for GERD, Left Ovary, Gallbladder, Right Ovary, TVT
Medications: Oxycontin, Cesamet, Tramacet, Cymbalta, Flexeril and Clonidine plus Laxaday, Vitamin D and a Multi-Vitamin daily