Trinity College, Ireland Trinity College Dublin was founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I, making it the oldest university in Ireland and one of the oldest in Europe. Trinity College is set on a 40 acre site of attractive park land and gardens nestled in the city of Dublin. With an enrolment of approximately 10,000 students, the university is proud of its spacious yet intimate atmosphere which makes students feel at home. Academically renowned (on a par with Oxford and Cambridge, after which it is modelled), the university is committed to research and dedicated to its place in the European community. Its library is one of the largest in Europe with over 3 million volumes and the college has over 40 departments which offer a wide variety of courses. Facilities include Trinity's historic dining hall (1761), sports centre, health centre, childcare centre, chapel and student union. Trinity Hall of Residence (located 2.5 miles from the center of Dublin) has single/shared rooms grouped around the kitchen and common rooms. VingCard's Classic locks with VISION software has been installed with satin chrome ship lever on all 970 doors. The building on the main campus has also upgraded their Sargent system to Classic locks with VISION software.