I know how it feels when someone doesn't seem to need you as much as you need them. But maybe you mean more to her than you think.
I took time off school because I felt I was too ill to continue. I wish I could tell her that I support her in whatever decision she is making. Also that not getting in touch with me is unfair.
Have you tried contacting her and she's not responding? Maybe she is in a bad way.
I've tried contacting her by voice mail and text message, a week apart. She is always in a bad way, because the medications that treat ADD and keep her from being a space cadet interfere with the medications for the bipolar disorder, causing rapid cycling. As it was, she said she had about 4 episodes per year. Every time I met her she would be substantially different. She said she was depressed but mostly she seemed to have a low-level mania. She would talk and not let me get a word in edgewise. I thought that she was too sick to be at school. Towards the end of the term she was having psychotic symptoms with her moods, but within a few days with less stress she would be better. I would completely understand if she didn't think now was the right time to be in school, but she had arguments against that. She always had to be right, which was frustrating. She would make what seemed like impulsive decisions.
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