The Engineering Building provides over 40,000 square feet of classrooms, laboratories, and faculty offices dedicated to instruction and research.
The University Lake Building Annex includes an open computer lab and additional space for research studies.
The Prototyping Center is staffed with a highly experienced machinist and lab technicians to fabricate designs and provide 3D printing and scanning for students, faculty, and local industry partners.
The Design Studio offers high bay work space and equipment for construction of student design projects and other research efforts.
The college operates a wide variety of specialized laboratories designed to support both educational and research purposes.
Construction of the Engineering and Industry Building is underway with a target opening date of Fall 2015. The new building will provide an additional 81,500 square feet of enhanced classroom and laboratory space to support our expanding engineering program and the next generation of Alaskan engineers.