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Virtual Tour

5. Lower Level 1

Undergraduate Project and Student Org Spaces

At the bottom of staircase from the ground floor to LL1, you can see the entrance to the undergraduate-focused spaces within LL1.200.C2. The spacious open lounge area is a drop-in space for undergraduate concentrators to relax in between classes or after hours. This area opens into four workshop pods that are dedicated to the use of SEAS students for prototype assembly and collaborative or individual project work. Additional offices reserved for student organizations’ use, project storage area, and a photo/media workspace are also adjacent to this lounge area. Opposite the workshop pods are the garage shop bays, which contain a range of ‘hot work’ equipment and appropriate facilities for students to do metal fabrication, vehicle projects, or large-scale project assembly.

Machine Shop

A fully outfitted instructional fabrication shop is just across the hall from the upper-level engineering student design studios. The space contains CNC mills, CNC lathe, waterjet cutter, welding suite, vertical and horizontal band saws, CNC plasma cutter, grinders, and sandblaster. This space is set up to be primarily a teaching and academic shop for SEAS undergraduate students, where they may work on their more advanced project prototyping and final fabrication. All users are required to obtain access via a tiered certification system. 


The “garage” connects to a large back entrance, allowing vehicles of many shapes and sizes to be "driven" in and out of the workspace.

The undergraduate lounge for computer science concentrators.