Maker Hub

WELCOME TO THE MAKER HUB, a collaborative space for innovation and creativity where we provide access to tools, equipment, and resources that will help bring your ideas to life.

We are a diverse community of makers, inventors, designers, and entrepreneurs who are passionate about creating and building things. Our space is open to all students, faculty, and staff of the Georgetown community, and we offer a wide range of resources to help you develop your skills and explore your interests.

At the Maker Hub, we believe that creativity and innovation are critical for solving the world's most pressing challenges. That's why we're committed to providing a space where people from all backgrounds can come together to share ideas and work on projects. Our team of student volunteers are available to provide training and guidance, and we offer workshops throughout the year on a variety of topics. So whether you're interested in developing a new product, pursuing a research project, or simply exploring your creative side, the Maker Hub is the perfect place to get started.

How to Use the Maker Hub

  1. Visit us during Open Hours during the Fall and Spring semesters to get started on your next project! If you're on campus over the summer please make an appointment.
  2. Join us for an event or workshop! We offer a wide range of workshops and events throughout the year, so find one that interests you!
  3. Want to bring your class to the Maker Hub? Check out the Academic Engagement webpage for sample class sessions and example assignments.

To stay up to date on the latest news, consider to subscribing to the Maker Hub Newsletter and following us​​​​ on Instagram and TikTok.

Our Space

The Maker Hub is located on the 1st floor of Lauinger Library. The space is small, only about 1,500 ft2, but we boast an impressive array of equipment. The use of equipment, while limited to the confines of the room, is always free. Consumable materials are generally free to use as well, within reasonable amounts. Before using any Maker Hub resources, please review the rules and policies.