Makerspace announcement

In 2016-17, the College will be creating its own makerspace out of the former Klages Dining Hall, adding 15,000 SF to its facilities.  Makerspaces, or "hackspaces," are DIY spaces where people gather to create, invent and learn.  

Our expansion will also include senior design studios, team meeting rooms, an additional computer lab, an enlarged machine shop, a wood shop, a welding shop, 3D printing enhancements, and a dedicated space for laser engraving, prototyping and painting.  Plus new laboratory facilities for environmental, geotechnical and transportation engineering as part of the civil engineering program.  

The College of Engineering offices and engineering labs are housed in Wood-Mar Hall. The lab space is outfitted with the latest engineering equipment and software. Additional labs are housed in the adjoining Edwards-Holman Science Center, along with the physics lab and additional computer labs.

Wood-Mar Hall