Trinity provides excellent facilities to help every student reach their full potential.
Trinity College students have 24 hour access throughout the year to the College’s own extremely well-stocked and well-equipped library, a light and airy building with network connections. In addition, the resources of the world-renowned Bodleian Library are also available just across the road from Trinity, and many of the faculty libraries are not far away.
The Trinity librarian gives students tours of the College’s Old Library several times a year and Trinity postgraduate students can get to know the collections housed there through the series of talks on ‘Treasures of the Danson Library’.
A computer network on Trinity’s main site gives fast connection to the University network from all study-bedrooms. There is also Wi-Fi access throughout the main site. All the College flats have network connections and there is a printer for students’ use at each of the outside properties.
Students bring their own computer and have free access to the Internet from their rooms, with the benefit of e-mail, printing, access to library databases, and departmental and university-based computing services. Students may also use the College’s computers in the Library or in the on-site computer room.