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The McGraw-Page Library's Makerspace

Main entrance to makerspace & table of 3D prints


The Makerspace provides opportunities for students and faculty to interact with digital fabrication and traditional crafting tools for design, creating and prototyping, as well as working with emerging technologies. Priority is given to teaching, course assignments and research activities, while other creative projects are also welcome. We encourage community members to tour the space to learn more about our resources and services.

Our operation hours are Monday - Friday, 10AM - 5PM.  Walk-ins are welcome, but be advised that occasionally the space is reserved for instruction and workshops.

Instructors are welcome to incorporate the Makerspaces resources into teaching and learning; see Digital Storytelling for details.

Users are required to go through training and observe the Student Conduct Code for using or borrowing Makerspace equipment. 


Click here to schedule a meeting with Brian Faggin Batista for any inquiries.