Bloomberg terminals can access a comprehensive array of data and information that can be used to analyze financial markets, assess economic scenarios, or even just track a personal portfolio.  Having access to Bloomberg terminals gives students exposure to the same information platform used in business and financial industries worldwide, and can provide valued and practical learning experience.  For example, the Trinity College Investment Club uses the Bloomberg terminals to research investments and markets to help manage their investment portfolio.

The RLITC building is home to the Financial Research and Technology Center, which contains 11 Bloomberg terminals for use by the Trinity community.

Read our latest news on Bloomberg:

  • Trinity has purchased Disaster Recovery Services from Bloomberg that allows remote access to our Bloomberg Professional terminals. For the 2020-2021 academic year, faculty, staff and students can access Bloomberg through Bloomberg’s remote access portal. All 12 of the Trinity shared terminals will be available for remote access, but we are limited to 12 users at […]
  • Due to the COVID19 pandemic, Bloomberg is allowing colleges and universities with existing Bloomberg labs to offer the Bloomberg Market Concepts (BMC) course to their students online for free (normally this is a $149 charge). If a student completes the Core Concepts modules in the BMC course, they become “Bloomberg certified” and can list this […]