Nationally recognized for academic strength, interdisciplinary focus, and undergraduate research, Trinity's STEM programs offer students cutting edge opportunities that include experiential learning at the interface of disciplines.
Trinity prepares STEM majors to enter and succeed in competitive graduate programs and other post-graduate careers. In fact, the National Science Foundation (NSF) listed Trinity among the top 50 private, liberal arts colleges in the country that send graduates on to earn doctorates in science and engineering.
Undergraduate research is central to Trinity's approach to science, engineering, and technology education. Each year hundreds of Trinity students participate in research projects, often supported by internal and external grants, alongside professors who are gifted teachers and accomplished scientists and scholars. The interdisciplinary nature of Trinity's curriculum exposes students to the excitement of discovery and encourages entrepreneurship.
Trinity students work with the latest scientific instrumentation in extraordinary laboratory spaces normally found only at the graduate level. Trinity's Center for the Sciences and Innovation provides stunning, state-of-the-art facilities that are specifically designed to promote interdisciplinary activities among the sciences and collaboration between faculty and students.