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Makerspace: Collins Library Makerspace General Information


Makerspace is open for limited use by appointment only.

The Makerspace is offering use of the equipment on a case-by-case basis.  If you have a project requiring use of the Makerspace, please send a message to

The Makerspace staff will work with you to determine if we are able to accommodate the request. 

What is the Makerspace?

What is the Makerspace?

The Makerspace is an informal setting in the Collins Memorial Library that allows Puget Sound students, faculty and staff the opportunity to make, create, collaborate, learn and share.

This takes the form of hands-on projects involving no tools to hand tools to high tech tools.

Makerspaces are defined by the makers who use them, but typically they provide the tools and space for individuals to explore, design, create, and modify physical objects in the name of art, research, or creativity. 

It’s a place to develop and create something out of nothing and explore.


Questions about the Makerspace?  Please send a message to


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When is the Makerspace open?

Makerspace is closed effective March 17, 2020.

The Makerspace will re-open when the library re-opens at the direction of the university.

Hours are subject to change based on staff availability.  Every effort is taken to post changes in a timely manner.