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Ingram Hall Makerspace

Mission Statement:

The Ingram Hall Makerspace is a collaborative academic space for making, exploring, learning, inventing, and free exchange of ideas in a supportive  environment. - Dr. Austin Talley

Important Information


NOTICE: Trainings have been updated and moved to CANVAS. All previous records have been wiped and all users will have to take the new trainings. Please see directions on the gain access page

The Ingram Hall Makerspace (IHM) is open to all Texas State Students. Each space and piece of equipment has it’s own training module and test. A score of 100% is required for all training. Larger equipment requires in person training as well. Once training is completed, you can checkout the equipment from the front desk at the IHM. NOTE: If you wish to use a piece of equipment that is not currently available through training, then a Event Work Request must be submitted to ISoE.

If you’re interested in using the makerspace during it’s Open Lab Hours, then go to the front desk to check in. If you are not already added to the system, please visit out Gain Access page.

More information is available on the sidebar of this page.

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To all students who have special accessibility requirements, we are happy to accommodate for you. Please email us at for questions and special requests.


For questions or general inquiries about the Makerspace or potential student worker positions, please feel free to contact us at

Office (512) 245-5602

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