The Department of Computer Science maintains a cluster server with 19 nodes, 288 computing cores, 41 CPUs, 736GB system memory, and 6TB disk storage. Seventeen of the nodes are equipped with GPUs for CUDA development.

Georgia State provides additional resources for research computing, including enterprise-level high-performance computers and XSEDE, a virtual system for accessing computing resources from leading supercomputing centers. University-level research support is provided by Information Systems and Technology and by Georgia State University Research Solutions.