Mechatronics Innovation Learning Lab (MILL)
The college's existing Engineering Technology program has been enhanced with the completion of the 6,357-square-floor Mechatronic Innovation Learning Lab (MILL). The first portion of this 3-tier expansion project is opening for the start of the Fall 2020 semester.
Space will contain state-of-the-art training equipment featuring
Drone Zone, with a small-drone obstacle course
a robotics, automation and manufacturing training area
a high-definition CAD/CAM computer lab
a dedicated server room
5-axis HAAS CNC machine
For more information about the field of Engineering Technology, please contact Cortney Bolden, Administrative Professor, at [email protected]. If you want information on how to enroll for courses, please contact a STEM Pathways advisor at [email protected].