When I brought Uallis home, when he was 10 wks, I was a college student AND I worked. Also, my boyfriend was a college student AND he worked as well. We managed it. It may be difficult, but its definitely doable.
We would try to get someone to come to our house to let Uallis out in the middle of the day. If it wasn't possible for someone to come, then either bf or I would come home briefly to let him out. There was no way that we could have managed it without a crate. The crate is a lifesaver in so many areas of puppy raising.
Also, its getting close to when school is going to be let out for summer. So there are many teenagers that can be "employed" to come and let the dog out for a little extra spending money. Got any nieces, nephews, cousins, that are maybe old enough to be trusted to come and let the pup out for some cash?
Even maybe asking some neighbors that are stay at home or work from home to help. Also, planning to take a few days off when you get your pup can be helpful, so this could be a good time to use some vacation, personal days as well to get your pup settled in and adjusted as well as giving you some time to get him into a routine, which will make it easier to predict when he's going to need to be let out. For example, Uallis was on a feeding schedule, he ate at the same times everyday; so I had a pretty good idea when he'd need to go out during the day and I'd try my best to get someone here to let him out around those times, or come home to do it.
When they are very young puppies, it is stressful and difficult to manage but don't let it throw you off the idea of getting a puppy. It really is doable. Also, it doesn't last long and before you know it, they will be able to hold it for the entire work day. It wasn't all that long before Uallis could hold it throughout the night in his crate and it wasn't that long until he could hold it while I was gone even though when I was home and he was out of his crate, he'd still need to go out pretty frequently because he was a lot more active then with running around and playing with me; which stimulated his need to go out more.
Also, looking to getting an older puppy whose control is a little more developed could be another alternative.