Instituto Franklin - UAH offices and classrooms are located in the building "Colegio de Trinitarios" (calle Trinidad, 1) in the historical downtown of Alcalá de Henares.
The Trinitarios building, constructed in the first half of the 17th Century as a convent and university college for the "Trinitarios Descalzos" Religious Order. In 1839 "Colegio de Trinitarios" (Trinitarios College) passed to the Spanish armed forces and became an Artillery Headquarters serving as a military command post. Finally in 1994 the Universidad de Alcalá recovered it and restored it to its actual academic activities.
Today, "Colegio de Trinitarios" is completely renovated and surrounded by gardens and patios , conserving its original monastic structure with modern amenities. The building is spacious and full of natural light with its original structure. It has been adapted with ramps, elevators, and services to facilitate its use to the disabled.
This exclusive building offers students all the facilities and modern technology necessary for study abroad programs.
There are eight fully equipped classrooms, a computer lab, study posts, and meeting rooms for professors and researchers. There are also two libraries: The American Studies Library, unique in Spain, located in the basement, and the Cervantina Library located on the ground floor.
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