Can I Finish College if I am Pregnant?

We know how difficult an unplanned pregnancy can be. One second you’re going about your normal life and then you find out you’re pregnant. It feels like your entire world has changed. 

Even though pregnancy has its challenges, with the right resources and support, it is possible to continue your pregnancy and finish college! We at Boston Center for Pregnancy Choices are here to help you move forward in your pregnancy.

Are You Pregnant?

Before making any sudden movements in your pregnancy decision, schedule a free lab-quality pregnancy test and get an ultrasound referral to confirm you are pregnant – and that it’s a healthy, viable pregnancy. 

Your Pregnancy Options

Over five million undergraduate students are currently pregnant or parenting, which is more than one-quarter of the entire student population! Though managing the symptoms of pregnancy while attending classes is challenging, with the right plan, student parents can thrive.

You do have three pregnancy options: abortion, adoption, and parenting. The decision is ultimately yours to make. If you are considering continuing your pregnancy, we know you may have questions about parenting or adoption.

  • Can I financially take care of a child while in college?
  • How will I afford daycare?
  • Will my partner/parents support me?
  • How do I take care of a newborn?
  • Is adoption a good fit for me?
  • Can I still see my child if I choose adoption?

These are all great questions – and you probably have many more. Our team is ready to help answer your most pressing questions and offer support.

Get Free Support & Resources

No matter which pregnancy option you choose, we are here to better inform you about what’s available. Our staff is here to provide you with the resources you need to make an informed decision.

Contact us today to set up a free and confidential pregnancy test appointment and learn more about your options. We can also share what kind of parenting support we offer, as well as any community resources.

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