Get Started

To gain access to the ECE Makerspace, students must attend an on-site orientation first and then complete an online test on Canvas.

Upon successful completion of these requirements, participants will be granted access and receive a certificate as recognition of their accomplishment.

Equip yourself with our state-of-the-art facilities.

  • Immerse yourself in a safe and secure environment.
  • Explore a wide range of tools at your disposal.
  • Discover the latest equipment for your innovative projects.
  • Get into the creative zone with your dedicated workspace.
  • Bring your ideas to life at our design station.
  • Experience the power of our 3D printer farm.
  • Unleash your soldering skills at the Electronics Assembly & PCB Soldering Station.

      3D printers

Step 1

Please refer to the Makerspace calendar to stay updated on upcoming on-site orientations.

Students in their second to fourth year, as well as graduate students and postdocs, have the opportunity to participate in monthly on-site orientation.

Complete the ECE Makerspace Online test on Canvas, then receive your Makerspace Certificate.

Step 2

Active members of the Electrical and Computer Engineering field are encouraged to join and utilize the ECE Makerspace.

Enroll in ECE Makerspace Online Test on Canvas by using this link:

Step 3

Having completed both the ECE Makerspace on-site orientation and the ECE Makerspace online test on Canvas, it is essential to provide a one-time certificate submission in order to request access to the Makerspace.

To secure a Makerspace slot, please forward your certificate via