Makerspace

The Lamar University Makerspace is a 7,700 square foot collaborative workspace for learning, exploring and sharing using high tech to no tech tools. The space is open to students who are assisted by a faculty mentor. The space provides access to a variety of maker equipment. Makerspace provides hands on learning help with critical thinking skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). 

Name the LU Makerspace Contest!

Help us rename the LU Makerspace in the Science and Technology Building.
Cash prizes for the top three finalist!

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Instruments

Lamar University's Makerspace provides an environment for all students, faculty, and staff to experience hands on design. The Makerspace lab has multiple instruments available to create and inspire projects. 

Those wishing to use the space and instruments should contact the Science and Technology Building administrators.  Access to Makerspace and its instruments require card access and the completion of CITI laboratory safety

Choose an instrument and learn more!

Machinery
MACHINERY
3d printer
3D PRINTING
MILLWORK
FINISHING TOOLS

Contact

For more information regarding Makerspace access, instruments and lab safety training please contact:

  scitech@lamar.edu

phone  (409) 880-8447

CITI program contact eborn@lamar.edu