The only student-run community space on campus
connecting students from all majors with making
The Berkeley Makerspace is an open space located in the Moffitt Library on the First Floor
where students from all departments
can have the unique opportunity to work with new technologies
like 3D Printing, Virtual Reality, UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles), Neurotechnology, and more.
We believe in open access to technology as a makerspace. There are no membership fees or material fees to use our space. We believe in creating opportunities for beginner makers through educational workshops hosted by our organizations to get you started with 3D printing, electronics, programming and more.
We connect student organizations together to create an inclusive space for making. We currently support the work of ten student organizations, ranging from 20-80 members each. Their specialities include engineering accessibility solutions for people with disabilities, 3D modeling and printing, design thinking and prototyping.
We aren't just a equipment space on campus. Join our vibrant community to connect with students from the arts, humanities, sciences, and engineering. We believe in providing mentorship for students interested in working on projects and getting into making.
Stay tuned for upcoming events hosted by the organizations involved in our space! Some of the previous events hosted by our organizations include the 3D Printing Designathon and Berkeley Builds.
Global Exchange Program
UC Berkeley has a broad and talented design community with students experts in fields from 3D printing to computer science. The Berkeley-Peru exchange, lead by the NGO UTK, takes talented Berkeley students to Peru where they teach high school students technology, design and innovation principles critical to the workplace and technology of the future.
Check out the diverse groups that collaborate in our space! Explore
The Berkeley-Peru exchange, lead by the NGO UTK, takes talented Berkeley students to Peru where they teach high school students technology, design and innovation principles critical to the workplace and technology of the future.