Welcome to the ITL Lab. Please review the information below to help familiarize yourself with the ITL Program and what we offer our students. If you have any questions about the facility or our services, please do not hesitate to contact us or review our FAQs.
What is the ITL Program?
The mission of the Integrated Teaching and Learning (ITL) Program is “to pioneer a multidisciplinary learning environment that integrates engineering theory with practice and promotes creative, team-oriented problem-solving skills.” Program components include a first-year design and build course, experimental hands-on learning courses, design expos, and senior-design projects. Please visit the About Us section to learn more about the program and the associated 34,000 square-foot learning facility, the ITL Laboratory.
Getting Access to ITLL
As a new student, the most important thing to do is getting access to the lab. You will be granted access after taking a tour of our facility. Don’t hesitate; find out more about access/orientation tour!
We are here to help you succeed and fulfill your engineering dream. Our workshops are designed to to teach you new skills and advance your current ones. Interested in circuits? Want to know how to operate laser cutters? Interested in using the Manufacturing Center equipment? The ITLL offers a wide range to skill-building workshops that fit your needs and interests.
Group Study Rooms
Eighteen rooms located along the bridge between the ITL Laboratory and the Engineering Center and along the bridge between the ITL Laboratory and the Discovery Learning Center are group study rooms and team study rooms. These 18 rooms may be reserved only by engineering students for groups of three or more engineering students, with a 2-hour maximum, by signing up on the weekly sheets posted on each door. Please visit our Group Study Rooms page for more information.
What Equipment May Students Use in the ITLL?
Any and all of the equipment in the ITLL is available for student use. We have a fully-instrumented Manufacturing Center and Electronics Center, a plethora of test and measurement equipment, and many more resources to help with your engineering activities (such as laser cutters, 3D printers, and general hand tools).
The ITL Laboratory has a large-format printer for engineering students, staff, and faculty to print posters or other coursework. Printing is "first come, first served," and demand can be high, so please plan ahead. Visit our Printing Services page for more information.