ASU Chandler Innovation Center (ACIC) + Hub249 Makerspace
The ASU Chandler Innovation Center (ACIC) + Hub249 Makerspace is an innovative partnership between the City of Chandler and Arizona State University established in November of 2013. Located in the heart of Downtown Chandler, ACIC pairs startup-centric programming and resources with a one-of-a-kind workspace.
ACIC houses Hub249, a membership-based, do-it-yourself makerspace with tools, equipment, design software, and classes available to the greater community as well as ASU faculty, staff, and students. ASU offers a free 30-day trial membership that gives access to Hub249 upon completion of required safety training.
ACIC offers a variety of classrooms, conference rooms, and ample collaborative workspace designed to foster a creative environment for innovative, entrepreneurial, community-based programming and projects, available through reservation.
For general inquiries, please call 480-884-0300 or email Info.ACIC@asu.edu
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Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
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