The facilities include personal telephones with voice mail function, as well as fibre optic connections to the internet from each student room which also enable direct connection to University computing facilities.
Academic facilities include the Stanley Law Library, the general library, the well equipped Gibson Room for biomedical studies (anatomy and histology, speech therapy and physiotherapy) and the Computer Room equipped with PCs, including IBM compatibles, Macintosh computers and a laser printer.
There is a squash court, weights room, and facilities for table tennis. The College has a strong sporting tradition. In 1996 it became the first College at the University of Queensland to win both the mens' and womens' Inter-Collegiate competitions in the same year.
Music and drama are particularly strong at the College. There are seven pianos in the College and there are four specially built music practice rooms. A two manual and pedal pipe organ was completed in the college chapel in 1994. The choir performs at College functions and in the intercollegiate choral festival. Students from St John's and Women's College perform in the College Players who stage up to two major productions each year.
Debating and public speaking are also features of the cultural life of the College.