The TRU Library Makerspace is a space for experiential learning through hands-on doing in a safe, supportive environment.

We provide equitable access to innovative technologies at no cost to TRU community members so users can experiment, innovate, and try new things.

We also provide a platform for campus groups to host events and workshops related to making and the technologies we support.


Our vision is to create a space where students, faculty, and staff can play, learn, teach, and explore in a supportive environment that encourages innovation and experimentation.


Our mission is to nurture the Maker in those who are a part of the TRU community, improve equity through access to tools and technology, and provide a platform for the TRU community to run programming related to technology and maker pedagogy.


– Inclusion & Diversity
– Equitable Access
– Curiosity & Experimentation
– Sustainability & Healing
– Collaboration

Finding Us


Monday – Thursday10 am – 4 pm
Friday10:30 am – 4 pm

Visit the Makerspace Calendar page for updates on workshops and closures.


Makerspace is located behind the Tim Hortons in TRU’s Brown Family House of Learning Building.

* Statistics are updated monthly