Amanda Bynes may have been more or less absent on social media of late, but the actress is back on Twitter. The former Nickelodeon star announced her return in a slew of tweets and updated her followers on her studies at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM).

“Hi everybody! I haven’t tweeted in a long time and I want to say hi! I’ve been really busy at FIDM, and I just finished my midterms,” Bynes tweeted to her over 3 million followers, “I am really loving school and I feel that I am learning a lot. I enjoy all of my classes and my teachers are excellent.”

The 30-year-old former actress enrolled in FIDM in Orange County in the spring of 2014 to study product development, People reports. She then transferred to the Los Angeles campus where more courses are offered, according to E! News.

“I’m really appreciative of all that FIDM is giving me. I’ve been in school learning about the fashion business so I don't have time to tweet,” Bynes added.

Bynes’ lawyer said in April near her 30th birthday that, “Amanda is doing great, enjoying school and thriving creatively. She appreciates all of the love and support she receives from family, friends and fans.” She is currently working on her own fashion line and designs and hopes to launch it soon.

However, Bynes also cleared any doubts about fans who thought that her account was fake. “FYI, this Twitter account is the only communication media that I am using,” she wrote. “No other Twitter accounts or websites are mine! I only have this one.”

The “Hairspray” actress even requested Twitter to take down her fake accounts, but they apparently refused to do so. She tweeted, “I really wish Twitter would take the account in question down, I’m not sure why they are refusing to do so.”

The last time the “She’s A Man” star tweeted was back in February when she asked fans about what they thought of her new haircut.

Amanda Bynes Amanda Bynes is not expecting a baby anytime soon. Pictured: Amanda Bynes at the Manhattan Criminal Court on July 9, 2013 in New York City. Photo: Getty Images/Neilson Barnard