That's probably going to be a big parts list from the looks of it. All I can tell you is it had a Lifan engine, which is a brand made in China and likely used on a ton of different models. Is there any information on the neck?
This one was probably abandoned for a reason - probably should move on to a different bike IMO.
I bought a 1983 XS400 Yamaha for $250. PO said the motor might be thrashed, so I bought another motor for $250.
Add new tyres, battery, wheel bearings and swing arm shaft and bearings, and about 3 years later I have spent around $1000 for a good running bike that is sweet to ride around town, and okay on the highway for short hops.
Here's my 2 cents: You're a student, a novice rider and novice mechanic (these aren't bad things, we all started this way). Bringing a bike like that back to roadworthy condition will almost invariably distract you from your schooling to a rather detrimental degree. As s novice rider, you should have a sound, reliable machine so you can focus on learning to ride safely without worrying about why it's not starting today or running rough. I got my first bike for $500, rode it for a year, did nothing to it mechanically, and sold it the next year for $500. I think you can find a decent runner within your budget, but take your time, look up reviews and issues with the bike before you buy.