Moreno Valley College’s iMake Innovation Center is a MakerSpace designed to fuel imaginations and ingenuity. This space provides access to the latest high-tech equipment.
What’s a MakerSpace?
MVC’s makerspace is a hands-on, inclusive, instructional learning environment designed to make and remake the physical and digital world fostering experimentation, invention, creation, exploration, and STEM learning.
A Makerspace is the latest innovation to assist students, faculty, staff and the community members to interact on shared interests, learn to use tools, make class projects, and develop knowledge through exploration and hands-on experiences.
- 3D Printers
- Design Software
- Laser Cutters
- Vinyl Printers
- Virtual Reality
- Wet Lab
- Wood Working
Hours of Operation
Monday 1 – 7pm
Tuesday – Friday 9am – 2pm
Saturday 8am – 2pm
This project is funded fully or in part by the US Department of Education Hispanic Serving Institution Title III STEM Grant.
This project is funded fully or in part by Strong Workforce funds administered through the Inland Empire/Desert Regional Consortium (IEDRC). For more information about the IEDRC and Strong Workforce, visit www.desertcolleges.edu/swp
How to Find Us
The iMAKE Innovation Center is located in Moreno Valley (near the corner of Iris and Lasselle Street).
Our address is:
16130 Lasselle Street
Science & Technology, Room 101G
Moreno Valley, CA 92551
Bus 18, 19, 20 & 41 stops near the Moreno Valley College. Access the RTA Website.
You will need to park in the white parking stalls.