The Department of Computer Science has a variety of state-of-the-art hardware and software systems that complement the College-issued Windows PC and software each student receives. These facilities include a variety of high-performance workstations and servers that are accessible both on and off campus through the campus network.
In addition, the Department has console-game development stations from Sony, Nexus tablets, Apple MacBook computers, iPods and iPads for mobile application development. For senior projects, the Department purchases special hardware and software that has included quadcopters, audio processing software and software-defined radios. All of this equipment is available for both class and research use. Microsoft software is available for all department majors, and includes many software products (e.g., professional versions of Visual Studio and the Office Suite). The Department is home to a state-of-the-art amateur radio station (K3GCC).
The Department of Computer Science has two classrooms in the new STEM Building. These classrooms have state-of-the-art AV facilities to support collaborative work among students. In addition, one of the classrooms features specialized equipment for studying network and computer security.