Become an Elon Maker
The Maker Hub is a place with tools, supplies, and people to help you explore ideas, learn how things work and make stuff. Free and open to all Elon students, faculty and staff. We have two locations on campus and we’re always staffed by a student Consultant who’s ready to help you learn tools and talk about ideas. Stop by during our open hours and learn more!
Thank you to everyone who participated in Maker Takeover 2022! Learn more about the event here.
Earn rewards for sharing what you make! Get free materials like leather and metal by sharing photos of your projects and completing online training. Learn more about Maker Cred on our Training site on Moodle.
Take a Make Break
This spring, the Maker Hub is inviting you to take a break and make something! Take & Make kits are back – these portable kits give you everything you need to make a simple project anywhere you’d like in just a few minutes. New this fall are Stay & Make kits – projects that are a little more involved and use a tool in one of the Maker Hub locations. It’s a great introduction to some of our most popular tools like laser engravers and sewing machines.
Teaching this Spring?
See how the Maker Hub has worked with classes from Arts & Sciences, Communications, Business, and Elon 101 to meet their learning objectives on our new Making in the Classroom pages. Hear directly from faculty, read a selection of research about Maker Ed and learn more about how to start a conversation with an instructional technologist about options for introducing the Maker Hub to your class. Learn more about Making in the Classroom.
Explore Our Creative Community
See for yourself how students and faculty use the Maker Hub for class assignments, research and to explore their own curiosity.
We promote a Maker Mindset, which includes you taking ownership of your learning, developing intrinsic motivation, and embracing failure as an essential component of the learning process.
We offer two convenient campus locations, in addition to partnerships with other facilities in the community. Learn more about each site, how to access them and available equipment.