By partnering with faculty to incorporate maker learning into the curriculum, academic makerspace organizers have a unique opportunity to impact scholarship across their institutions. Maker-centered learning is beneficial to students in a myriad of ways, regardless of area of study. Faculty collaborations and curriculum integrations can also be an effective way to increase traffic and usage of academic makerspaces. This presentation will address the challenges and opportunities of faculty partnerships, addressing best practices for outreach and providing several case studies of specific makerspace curriculum integrations. Attendees will learn specific ways to collaborate with faculty and incorporate making into the curriculum at their own institutions.