Not permanently but delay your expected graduation a year, maybe two for it? I have quite a few blue collar friends who went to work in North Dakota in the oil industry. Many are roughnecks but quite a few are driving trucks, bulldozers, scrappers. The roughnecks are insane and perform extremely tough labor. The drivers have it easier. Many positions in both areas are open and are ripe for the taking.
They're all paid anywhere from $18-30 an hour and make most of their money in overtime. The hours are crazy. 70-90 hours a week is not out of the norm and most of your life revolves around sleep, work, and probably getting drunk on your nights off.
Here is an article that talks about the subject:
I'm roughly a year off from graduating with a degree in accounting, two years if I pursue finance as well but this opportunity has me quite tempted. I would come back to school eventually but it would be a couple years down the road.
If it were you would you give up school for high paid labor?