You are independent for the FAFSA because of your age. This changes the loan limits to $9,500 freshman, $10,500 sophomore, $12,500 junior and $12,500 senior years. Your aggregate limit for undergraduate work is $57,500. Here's the link: FinAid | Loans | Student Loans
But before you get too excited about the limits, run the repayment calculators FinAid | Calculators
and think about how big a chunk the potential debt is going to take out of your income each month.
Since you have held down a job in the past, you may want to plan to complete your degree in a location where you can continue to work at least half-time. Better yet full-time with benefits, while studying part-time. It will take longer to finish your degree(s), true, but you will be in better financial shape when you do finish.