The MakerSpace is a vibrant, student-oriented place for creativity, prototyping and experimentation, located on the first floor of the Dion Student Center. With a variety of tools and equipment readily at hand, and trained student staff available, members of the campus community can learn maker-centric software and hardware, and experiment with laser-cutting, 3D printing, fabric art, and creative engineering. The Campus Store carries a line of supplies used for personal projects.

The MakerSpace is collaborative and interdisciplinary in nature, and supports STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) academic projects. Classes meet to use the resources within the space on occasion, or sometimes on a regular basis. Both equipment certification workshops and creative workshops are held regularly during the academic year. Please contact Eric Roy (654-2338) for information about teaching in the space.

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Current MakerSpace Schedule

Monday-Thursday 2:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Friday By appointment
Closed during academic holidays and recesses. For appointment with MakerSpace staff, please contact Eric Roy (654-2338).


Saint Michael’s MakerSpace and Burlington Generator Collaboration

The SMC MakerSpace is pleased to announce the launch of our new Membership Agreement with Burlington’s Community Maker Space: Generator.

“Generator is a combination of artists studios, classroom, and business incubator at the intersection of art, science, and technology. We provide tools, expertise, education, and opportunity – to enable all members of our community to create, collaborate, and make their ideas reality.”

Starting this semester a pilot group will be will be receiving free membership for the duration of the semester. Please stay tuned to our social media channels for profiles of the Makers and updates on their projects. We have plans to increase the size of the membership agreement at the start of the next academic year.

For information about the Generator and its opportunities and resources, please visit

Projects from the MakerSpace