Departmental offices are located in Keplinger Hall where the College of Engineering and Natural Sciences maintains smart classrooms and student computer labs used for computational assignments and projects. University wide licenses for Microsoft Office and Mathematica are available free to all students in university. Other scientific software such and Matlab, TeX, and various statistical packages are also accessible for use in coursework and research.
All campus academic buildings and student housing are linked by high speed internet and wireless networks. Additional high end computational resources include a 96 node cluster computing system in the College of Engineering and Natural Sciences, the Tandy Community Supercomputing Center – a joint endeavor of Tulsa higher education, corporate, and governmental institutions, and access to national computational and data resources through the University’s membership in Internet2.