The Breakerspace is a free-to-use, student-run makerspace managed by the Libraries. You are welcome in the space regardless of your major, year, or skill level. If you're a student, all the equipment and materials are free. Have fun, be safe, be kind, and report broken equipment.
The Breakerspace team is driven to provide a welcoming place for students to brainstorm, experiment, innovate, and create new things.
- Come to a workshop
- Volunteer with our team of makers
- Bring your own project
- Try an intro project (coming soon)
3D Printing and Design
The Brother SE400 is a combination sewing/embroidery machine. All sewing projects are welcome - big or small. The embroidery machine has built-in patterns or you can upload your own. Thread, iron and ironing board, cutting mats, and other supplies are available too. Coming soon: create your own design with SewArt software.
The Cricut Maker cutter is a die-cutting machine that can cut paper, fabric, vinyl, and other materials. It has a variety of blades and cutting mats available.
We are volunteer-run. Do you want to join our team of makers? No experience is necessary, we will train you. You choose your own hours, have the opportunity to teach workshops, and welcome folks into the space. Get involved!» Sign Up
We're in a 700 square foot repurposed classroom on the second floor of Walter Library next to the SMART Learning Commons. The room has large tables and floorspace to work, dry erase boards, and maker equipment. We host workshops, demos, and guest speakers during the semester. Do you want to collaborate with us on a workshop? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.