Where is Inworks Located?
We have locations on two University of Colorado campuses:
University of Colorado Denver
CU Dravo Bldg. 1st Floor, #1300
1250 14th Street, Denver, CO 80202
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
Health Sciences Library 2nd Floor
12950 E Montview Blvd, Aurora, CO 80045
What are Inworks' open hours?
The Inworks classroom and lab will be closed on October 22nd from 3:30 to 9:00 PM due to a private event.
Normal lab hours are as follows:
- Monday – Thursday 9a – 9p
- Friday 9a – 5p
- Saturday 10a – 4p
- Monday – Friday 10a – 3p
- By Appointment – Please email email@example.com
Can I become a member of Inworks?
We’re focused on building a community of learners, leaders and innovators. You can become a part of our space by taking a course or workshop, or by collaborating with us on an innovative project. Learn more about different ways to engage with us on our Programs page!
Can I host an event at Inworks?
Yes! Our CU Denver space can be rented for events. We have large screens available for speakers, and many unique technology affordances including an Oblong Mezzanine system located in our conference room.
Our classroom can comfortably accommodate 40 people, and our conference room can accommodate 12.
To learn more, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
I'd like to visit Inworks, where should I park?
Pay lots can be found around campus and downtown Denver, as well as metered street parking. The most reasonably priced parking garage in the area is at the Tivoli Station, on campus at Auraria Parkway and 9th Street.
The walk to Inworks from that parking garage is about half a mile. Walk northeast from the Tivoli, up Larimer, across Speer. We are located at the corner of 14th and Larimer.
Paid visitor parking lots can be found throughout the campus. The most convenient parking can be found at the Ignacio Lot (on the south side of the Library along 19th St) and the Henderson Garage (to west of the Library and School of Pharmacy). Click here to view the campus parking map.
Can I take a tour of Inworks?
Yes! Just fill out our Request a Tour form, or call us at 303-315-0047 for same-day inquiries. Because of our class and workshop schedule, we can’t accommodate drop-in tours.
Can I book an Inworks conference room?
Yes! Our conference rooms, which include access to our Oblong Mezzanine system, can be rented for events and meetings. The CU Denver and CU Anschutz conference rooms can comfortably accommodate 12 people.
To learn more, contact us!
I'm not a CU Denver | Anschutz student. Can I take a course?
If you’d like to take an Inworks course, you can apply as a non-degree seeking student (either undergraduate or graduate). Be sure to apply for main campus versus extended studies admission. We recommend selecting the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences as your area of interest. Once you are admitted, you’ll be able to enroll in Inworks courses via UC Denver’s online portal.
Students at Metropolitan State University of Denver or the Community College of Denver can register for Inworks courses through the Inter-Institutional Program. Talk with your academic advisor.
Where can I get advising help related to Inworks courses?
For help navigating Inworks courses, contact our Program Manager, Kelsie Faulds, at email@example.com.
Where can I access Inworks enrollment forms?
All of our enrollment forms are located here. Please contact our Program Manager, Kelsie Faulds, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Does Inworks offer programs for K-12 students?
Yes! K-12 students can tour our lab, participate in an experiential workshop, or for high schoolers, work as an intern for more intensive exposure to interdisciplinary innovation. Click here to schedule a tour or workshop.
Do I have to be a CU Denver | Anschutz student to take a workshop?
Nope. Our workshops are open to the public. You can learn to prototype in our space by attending specific workshops, then get limited access to each of the tools you’ve been certified to use.
What kind of training is required before I can access the Inworks Labs?
No Prior training is required; our workshops will cover the safety and skills you need to know. As you take specific workshops, you will gain access to the tools you’ve been trained on.
I have prior experience with some or all of the tools in your lab. Do I need to go through your training to be certified?
Yes, anyone working on projects in the lab is required to go through safety and equipment training. We may be able to accelerate the training process based on your prior experience.
Will Inworks create custom skills and equipment trainings for my team?
Yes! Please contact us and we’ll work with you to create trainings that best fit your needs..
I'd like to partner with Inworks on a project, how can I become a collaborator?
We’re excited about developing collaborative partnerships that engage our students in meaningful, real world projects. If you’d like to collaborate on a project, please contact us.
Can Inworks provide human-centered design trainings for teams and enterprises?
Absolutely. Please contact us for details.
Is Inworks a makerspace?
When people walk into Inworks, they often think, “Wow, what a cool makerspace,” but we like call our workspaces “prototyping labs.” While we have all of the equipment you might find in a makerspace, Inworks is much more. Here, students and community members learn human-centered design and work collaboratively to solve challenging problems, contribute to humanity, and maybe even change the world.