Baruch’s resident makerspace for technology, design and entrepreneurship.

We are a hub to learn, make, and play through robotics, circuit technology, 3D printing, as well as low-tech creative methods and tools.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a place where  people can collaborate or work on individual projects. People of all backgrounds and experience levels are welcome. Makerspaces can be part of a course or an extracurricular activity. Across the world, there are many makerspaces which occur in different types of spaces and include various technology, materials and users.


Gain real-world skills in 3D modeling, HTML coding, robotics, circuits and more!


Work on a class project or your own design using all the equipment in our makerspace.


Take part in a Pop Up Makerspace where your imagination is the limit!

How to get involved?

Baruch students of all skill levels, majors and backgrounds are welcome to join any of the program offerings from MakerHub. You can register for an on-campus workshop or event, learn a new technology at your own pace, or work on your own personal project in consultation with a resident MakerHub specialist. See more about these opportunities below. 

Learn New Technologies

Upcoming Workshops and Events

Get in touch with MakerHub

contact our team with questions and suggestions about what we do, or if you need help on your own project. 

Email us at or stop by the lab in the Field Center, NVC 2-140.