There are many resources on campus for the students to use. Crafton has the exceptional Learning Resource Center (LRC), which houses the library, dozens of open access computers, a tutoring center, event amphitheater, contract teacher offices, a patio for other events, and several conference rooms for studying. The conference rooms each have room for 10 people, a whiteboard, and independent climate controls. In fact, the only thing it does not have is enough reliable printers. The LRC is not the only place with computers. Most every classroom has a computer-driven overhead projector and several have ELMO systems for displaying physical objects, handwritten notes, and so on. There are several computer classrooms, and one is also an open lab most of the day. Every year or two, one of the computer rooms will get new computers. As this happens, the oldest machines are cycled out, which keeps the campus relatively up-to-date.
One thing that Crafton does not yet have is its own athletic program. For now, athletes can study at Crafton and go to the sister college, San Bernardino Valley College, for athletics. However, with the aquatics center that was joint developed with the City of Yucaipa, there is hope that the local high school water polo team will have a place to continue their sport. It also adds to the existing physical education classes; the PE classes are another place where the small campus packs in a surprising number. The required four units of health or physical education can be taken in dance, golf, weight training, martial arts, yoga, and others. The campus has a long history of supporting physical activity and has facilities for all of these sports. With the aquatics center, swimming should soon join the ranks of available classes and be a cool activity in the warmer months that California enjoys.