Academic Partners

Base 11 proudly partners these academic institutions and nonprofit organizations to implement Next Frontier Initiative programming and to provide students with access to state-of-the-art facilities. Together, we level the playing field by providing the students with the access, awareness and belief that they need to become Next Frontier leaders of the 21st century.

Signature Partners

Affiliate Partners

Nonprofit Partners

DaVince Maker Labs
National College Resource Foundation
Sigma Pi Phi
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
STEMconnector
Tomorrow’s Aeronautical Museum

$1M Base 11 Space Challenge – Participating Universities

The following universities successfully qualified as official entrants in the $1M Base 11 Space Challenge.

Arizona State University
Cal State Long Beach
Concordia University
Fisk University
Florida Institute of Technology
Loyola Marymount University
McGill University
Oregon State University
Portland State University
San Jose State University

Simon Fraser University
University of Alabama
The University of Texas at Austin
University of British Columbia
University of California, Irvine
University of California, Los Angeles
University of California, San Diego
University of Michigan – Ann Arbor
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
University of South Florida

To see Base 11’s corporate and foundation partners, click here.

Base 11 has brought a tremendous array of resources to Skyline College that most community college students would never have access to. By bringing Ivy League-quality resources to our campus, we are leveling the playing field for students.” — Regina Stanback Stroud, Ed.D. Chancellor, Peralta Community College District

“Base 11 is exactly the right partner at exactly the right time.” — Gregory Washington, Ph.D., Stacey Nicholas Dean of Engineering, UCI

Students who come have been really outstanding, and the research that they’ve done has been indistinguishable from any of the other summer programs. They have thrived in an environment that can be quite new and challenging.”  — Beverly McKeon, Theodore von Kármán Professor of Aeronautics, Caltech