Tyler, if you're looking for a temporary job while you finish up your degree, then I highly recommend becoming a tutor in a subject that you excel at. There is often a need for tutors for elementary, middle, or high school kids and the pay for certain subjects can be pretty well, depending on whether you're charging on your own or working for a tutoring company. I tutored calculus in high school and was able to charge $20/hour. This may not be something where you can find a full 40 hours of work per week, but it can be great money while requiring low labor.
There are also some secretarial positions or other admin jobs that may not require a degree and could provide a wide range of work instead of only data entry. I think that these jobs would require great communication skills as well as attention to detail. If you can exemplify these characteristics on your resume, then I think you would be a great candidate for one of these jobs that would hopefully suit your school schedule.