Stratasys|3D Printing and Resources for Higher Ed

Taking Higher Ed to the Next Level

College and universities with 3D printing technology can prepare students for a workforce that demands sharp critical thinking and collaboration skills. The right technology attracts not only bright students, but also talented faculty and valuable industry partners, leading to valuable business partnerships that can give undergrads vital real-world experience.

  • Edward Hanson

    Assist. Math Professor
    SUNY New Paltz

  • David Manning

    Professor
    Utah Valley University

  • Malcolm Cooke

    Professor of Engineering
    Case Western Reserve

  • Jerry Grech

    Lab Coordinator
    York University

“Students exposed to 3D printing will have a deeper relationship with technology that could increase their performance in the job market.”

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“The interaction among students and the confidence they gain in their skills help promote engineering as an exciting and viable degree option for these kids.”

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2 students and a teacher examining 3d prints

“The printers have helped us broaden the scope of projects coming through our center and provided much-added value for students as they develop their prototypes.”

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“With 3D printing, [students] can make whatever they want…there are no holds barred. Whatever they can think, they can come down here and create.”

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Focus on Learning, Not Logistics

Stratasys education packages make purchasing 3D printers for your school more viable and affordable. They include resource materials and support for your 3D printers.

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Become Empowered, Inspire Learning

Stay up to date about what’s happening with 3D printing in the classroom. The Education Innovation Series provides use cases, how-to guides and more to keep the inspiration going.

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Experienced Partners You Can Rely On

Stratasys resellers are available to help you bring 3D printing into your classroom. They partner with you to offer the right solution for your school or lab.

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Featured 3D Printing Resources for Higher Education

Free and 3D: A Semester Curriculum

Free to educators and students, this semester’s worth of in-depth lectures and class discussions provides students with hands-on training to get immersed in the what, why and how of 3D printing. By the end of the course, they’ll be able to produce a fully functioning moving part in a single print.

What’s Possible with Partnerships

Giving students real-world projects and problems to solve is one of the most effective ways to prepare students for the working world they’re looking to join. Learn how you can build up students’ in-demand career skills by creating partnerships with local businesses.

Inspiration’s a Click Away

Stratasys project videos are designed to get your students’ creative juices flowing and inspire them to make their ideas tangible using the world of 3D printing.

What to Make and How to Make it

Activate innovation and critical thinking skills with hands-on, real-world projects using 3D printing. Download free modules developed by experienced instructors to see what technology can make possible for your students.

Driving More Educational Value

Our Education Advisory Board helps teachers use 3D printing to enhance hands-on learning and classroom engagement. We’ve created a list of lessons, project ideas and other resources.

3D Printed parts from Stratasys J750 3D Printer
The Power of Color

Multi-color, multi-material 3D printing pushes the boundaries of knowledge and innovation

Discover how the world’s only full-color, multi-material 3D printer makes a difference in education. The Stratasys J750 offers versatility and realism that expands knowledge, innovation and collaboration across departments.

Students designing 3D prints in a classroom
Learning By Making

Meet students who have become more engaged, prepared and inspired to innovate – and whose lives have been positively influenced – by their experiences with Stratasys 3D printing.

a 4d printed part
4D Printing: The Next Wave

A unique research collaboration between Stratasys’ Education and R&D departments, and MIT’s Self-Assembly lab promises exciting new possibilities.