Instrumentation Lab - Getting Involved
The Saint Paul College Instrumentation Lab strives to serve both the academic community and the private sector; we are in a unique position to serve both at the same time.
If you are a student, consider the Chemical Technician A.S. degree program, the Biomedical Engineering A.S. degree program, the Chemical and Biological Instrumentation Course (BIOC 1760) or a chemistry or biology emphasis. You will have opportunity to learn to use the equipment. Additionally, opportunities exist for research and internship credit. Several of our industry partners currently act as internship and research mentors for students.
If you are in the private sector, you may become a registered user for all of our equipment and facilities. We appreciate those companies willing to work with our students and provide discounted rates. Please contact us to discuss ways in which you may become involved with our curriculum and students.