Brittany, get out and about, see dogs, learn from others, find a breeder you like, buy the best boy you can, train and trial him while finishing your studies and starting your career. By the time you are ready to start breeding , you will have no student loans and will own your own place with enough land to have a couple of dogs, your first dog will most likely be retired, but you will have learned so very much from him. You are now ready for more...I am sure with all the training and trialling you have seen dogs you like and don't...Use that info and the friends and breeders you know and trust and search for dog # 2, male or female, won't matter as training, trialling will take several years, health testings being done, and if this dog turns out and has no issues you and others don't like, here is the start of your breeding..then you will know where you are going.
And I know young people think everything must be done quick...there is no quick success, your first dog may be super and you might get some stud service, but the learning you will get is most important. As well too often young people with great intentions have limited finances to back it up. Often renting and at the whim of renters on if they can keep their dog. Jobs are easy to loose so extra expenses become more difficult, especially if paying off debt, a sick dog, training costs, trialling costs etc, may be out of your reach.. I know you would never give up your dog for boy friends, babies etc, but too often we hear of it, and what will you do if the dog and boy friend don't like each other?? Many thoughts to think of. Wait, there is lots of time