No one else really came out and mentioned abortion as an option, although you seem to hint at it. I just wanted to say that years ago I got pregnant while I was getting my bachelor's degree. I wasn't married, was poor as dirt, and quite simply had no desire for a child.
I had an abortion and never looked back. I think in many ways society wants women who have abortions to carry guilt as punishment....I don't buy into that crap. The only time I ever think about the abortion is to think "Thank God I had the opportunity to make that choice!" It was the best for me, my future, and it was the best for the baby (no frazzled ,resentful, immature, single mother to ruin its psyche). And certainly not all single mothers are frazzled and resentful, but I knew I would have been.
Ten years have passed and I know with absolute certainty that I did the right thing. Now I have the means and maturity to raise a child correctly if I should so desire. I really do thank God that I was able to get that abortion. Now, as a nurse to be, I want to help ensure that all women get to make a choice.....not suffer a consequence. It seems people always say "Oh, it'll work out" in regards to babies and school or work, and sometimes it does. But a lot of times it doesn't (more in reference to young mothers here, where there is documented proof of life long poverty)
I feel that in reality way too many women have given up thier dreams (and a little bit of thier souls) in exchange for an untimely motherhood. After all, Moms almost always do the majority of the work. That's why planned parenthood is so important. With planning, anything you want can be achieved.
Whatever your choice is, my best wishes and thoughts are with you. Feel free to private message me if you want to talk further.