Bonderson Projects Center

Side view of Bonderson Projects Center next to grass lawn.

The Bonderson Projects Center is an 18,000 square foot building dedicated to student projects and was funded by electrical engineering graduate Paul Bonderson and his wife Sandi Bonderson. Dedicated on November 2nd, 2006, Bonderson Projects Center is home to class, club, senior, and thesis project rooms which all utilize the Mustang '60 Machine Shop at the building's core.

For more information please continue to the Bonderson Projects Center Main Page

Aero Hangar

Photo of Aero Hangar.

The Hangar, like Bonderson Projects Center, is a resource for student projects. At 9,000 square feet of space, the Hangar boasts a 4,000 square foot machine shop and is also home to many College of Engineering clubs.

For more information please continue to the Hangar Main Page


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