The Mathematics Department maintains a computer classroom containing Apple computers. The lab was initially funded with grants from the National Science Foundation and the Jesse Ball duPont Fund in the Spring of 1996. The lab is available to all students, and includes software such as Mathematica, MATLAB, GAP, Geometer's Sketchpad, and Data Desk.
The classroom is used for such courses as Introductory Statistics (Math 113), Introduction to Mathematical Modeling (Math 107), Calculus with Mathematica (Math 141-142), Multivariable Calculus (Math 203), Linear Algebra (Math 213), Modern Algebra (Math 321), Higher Geometry (Math 435), and Numerical Analysis (Math 442). All of the above courses make use of Mathematica with the exception of Math 113, which uses Data Desk; Math 321, which uses GAP; Math 435, which uses Geometer's Sketchpad; and Math 442, which uses MATLAB.