The Makerspaces at William and Mary will close at 5:00 PM on March 8th until March 17th for Spring Break
If you’ve never been here before and are looking for where to start, start with the service desk or read a post. If you’re just here to find out when a makerspace student engineer (MSE) is on duty or when a makerspace program is taking place check out the calendar. Otherwise, take a look around and see what’s been going on in our image gallery, our video gallery & at our resources page (all of which is in the menu above ).
About the Makerspaces
The mission of the Makerspaces at William & Mary is to promote interdisciplinary collaboration alongside tools and resources of the modern age in an effort to amplify the community’s productive, innovative and entrepreneurial efforts & spirit.
The Makerspaces value a community within which people having diverse interests come together to collaborate and work towards productive goals. The Makerspaces can be viewed as community prototyping, fabrication and engineering centers incorporating elements of machine shops, research labs, workshops and art studios where makers can come together to share resources and knowledge to build and prototype their ideas. The Makerspaces are where people with vastly different experiences collide on common interests, resulting in an output of innovative thinking, doing, and making.