The offices of the School of Engineering, along with primary laboratory and computer facilities, are located in McAuliffe Hall. Science and additional classroom and computer application facilities are in the Bannow Science Center. A tutorial facility and a reading and reference lounge are also in McAuliffe Hall. The engineering reference and circulating collection is housed in the University's DiMenna-Nyselius Library.
The School's laboratories are equipped with modern instrumentation and are subject to continuous innovation in order to provide an environment for experiential learning that is closely integrated with classroom learning. The School of Engineering complements its educational activities through its Web-based facility, which links laboratory instrumentation to the School's global network, and so enables demonstration of phenomena, simulation of processes, measurements, and data management in learning-supporting fashion. Finally, a small number of engineering courses are offered online as needed. A video-teleconferencing system is among the teaching tools in the School of Engineering.