Student Groups: Connect with DC Resources

Are you part of a student group needing access to technical and performing arts related resources in the Duderstadt Center for your members? We can help!

U-M 3D Printing Club members set up a 3D printer during one of their regular meetings in the Fabrication Studio.

Image courtesy of U-M 3D Printing Club

Members of the U-M 3D Printing Club are co-sponsored by senior staff in the Fabrication Studio and have access to 3D printers and and other equipment in the well-equipped space.


We can help U-M registered and sponsored student organizations* with a special interest in the Duderstadt Center’s technical and performing arts resources by connecting you with DC staff to:

  • arrange access to labs and studios
  • direct your members to training, workshops, and technical orientations, to acquire skills and get certified to use special equipment
  • connect your group with student and staff consultants to advise on projects
  • post your contact and membership information on the DC website (see “Student Organizations“)

Contact us to make your organization even more enriching and engaging at: Taylor – need EMAIL for First Point of Contact

*Note: our priority is to serve groups that have needs for access to resources unique to the Duderstadt Center. If you simply need a meeting space, email DC scheduling.

The 2019 Leadership team of the Alternate Reality Initiative.

Image by Michael Zhang, courtesy of ARI.

The Leadership team of the Alternate Reality Initiative. ARI utilizes the resources of the Visualization Studio including the MiDen and MoCap studio, as well as using the Advanced Training Labs for group presentations.