Just as outstanding as the faculty-student relationship at Trinity are the facilities available to you as a Chemistry major. The Department is housed in its own building - the Clement Chemistry Building, with four teaching laboratories, eight research laboratories, instrument rooms, computer rooms, and classrooms. It also offers its own library, conducive to scholarly pursuits and thoughtful concentration. This library features complete sets of important reference works and dozens of scientific journals.
In keeping with the College's commitment to state-of-the-art technology, the library is equipped with the latest in computer resources, from literature search to sophisticated modeling software. The computers housed in the building are connected to the campus network via the internet, and the classrooms are equipped with AV technology. You are invited to visit the facilities some of which are listed below.
Karen Bean, Class of '91 and now enrolled in a Ph.D. program in environmental toxicology at Cornell University, said: "When I tell scientists outside of Trinity the instruments I used as an undergraduate, such as a mass spectrometer, they're just amazed. You learn all there is to know about the instruments. You understand what's going on every step of the way with the instruments that you use and the experiments you perform."