The department maintains two computer laboratories, one teaching laboratory and one research laboratory.
The teaching laboratory has nine PCs available to the students. The research laboratory has one computer with a 16 parallel processor architecture, three alpha machines and three Sun workstations. Students doing research participation with professors have access to these machines.
The new Biophysics and Advance Physics Laboratory at the Department opened January 30, 2013. This is a multi-functional research and instruction space with modern equipment and instructional media.
The department also manages and presents Public Nights at the Drake Municipal Observatory.