Makerspace at the ECenter
Why UNH Students Love the Makerspace
- Open access to state-of-the-art equipment in the only student-run space on campus.
- Supplies and equipment are provided by ECenter donors and free for student use.
- No experience necessary and open to all skill levels, from first timer to expert. Our volunteer student Mentors are here to help you turn your ideas into creations!
What is a Makerspace?
A Makerspace is a workshop outfitted with fabrication tools and equipment for users to create nearly anything they can imagine.
VISIT THE MAKERSPACE
The Makerspace is closed until the spring semester.
Check back after Febraury 1, 2021 for spring semester hours.
As part of our COVID-19 precautions, walk-in access to the Makerspace will be reduced for the Fall 2020 semester. Only 1 user can book time with a Mentor at a time via our scheduling system, but the user can bring one UNH friend. Use the button below to book your time in the Makerspace. Mask and valid Wildcat Pass required. The front door is staying locked, so your mentor will meet you outside. Send him/her/them a message in our Slack channel when you arrive.
Available mentor hours are listed on the calendar and are subject to change. The Makerspace is closed for University holidays, curtailed operations days, and University breaks.
EQUIPMENT AT THE MAKERSPACE
Our Makerspace Mission
The Makerspace at the ECenter is a free-to-use resource open to all students, faculty, and staff in the UNH community. All skill levels are welcome, from novice to expert. Our volunteer student Mentors will teach you to use the equipment.
Our mission is to foster new generations of creative thinkers and problem solvers by providing all UNH students, regardless of prior experience, with the technology and equipment to explore their inventive ideas and creative workflow.