- Book loans: 4 weeks (undergraduate); 6 weeks (graduate), with up to 3 renewals.
- Video loans: 1 week, with 1 renewal.
- Phone renewals may be made at least one day before the book is due
- Self-renewal of Trinity material can be done at your “My Library Account“
- Self-renewal of WRLC material can be by signing in to your “WRLC account“
- All overdue and/or lost fees will be passed on to the borrower
Requests to borrow materials not available at the Trinity Library may be made directly through the Washington Research Library Consortium (WRLC).
Requests to borrow materials owned by other libraries may be made at the Circulation Desk or using the book request or journal request form. Any ILL lending charges or fines due to loss, damage, or late return for these materials will be passed on to the borrower.
Current magazines, journals, and newspapers are shelved on the 2nd floor in room #208. Older issues are shelved by title in Ground Floor Room 100. Hundreds of additional titles are available electronically under Trinity Library Resources>Trinity e-Journals by Title.
Video and audio collections include educational, international, and documentary sources
and feature films. Two multimedia rooms are available. TV monitors, VCRs, slide projectors, and overhead projectors are available for use in the classrooms, with prior reservation.
Photocopying and Internet printing costs 10 cents per page black and white and 15 cents per page for color. Money can be added through your online Papercut account.
Research assistance is available at the Information Desk, by e-mail, or by telephone.
Classes on research strategies in Trinity and WRLC databases and the World Wide Web are available in the fall and spring semesters. Click Here to request an In-Class Library Instruction.
Required course materials (books, articles, and videos) are held at the Reserves Desk.
To place materials on Reserve, please submit a completed Reserve Request Form along with the course materials.
- 30 Computer Workstations
- 2 Multimedia Rooms
- Study carrels and tables
The Computer Classroom (ETLI), Seminar Room, and the Auditorium are used for classes, as assigned by the Enrollment Services office. Reservations for occasional meetings are taken after class assignments are made.