4. IT ConsultantNot everyone at the college is majoring in Nerdology, which means computer skills will always be needed. I had a friend back in college who didn't even have anti-virus software on his $1000 Mac. Example. You could run pre-semester screenings for a small fee or just wait until they break. Either way, you're making money.
3. Record StudioThis would be a good side project if you enjoy making music, recording podcasts, or producing for local artists. Its also a popular background setting for interviews and vlogs. Check how easy it is here.
2. Rental EquipmentIf you are willing to rent out equipment with a high-possibility that it will get broken, than this is for you. I would take card payments and have the renter sign a few documents, but besides that it would be an easy way for some cash. Lights- Black lights, Strobe lights, Christmas Lights, Colored Lights, Spotlights Audio- Speakers, Receiver, Aux cords, Scratch Table, Waka Flocka Sound Effects Misc- Beer Pong tables, Halloween costumes, Bongzillas
Bonus Tip: Make sure this is an at home-delivery business. That's an invite. (We don't support underage alcohol consumption.)