The Marianapolis academic curriculum is supported universally by technology. In 2012, Marianapolis became an Apple iPad school. This initiative has allowed students and faculty access to cutting edge educational technologies. Similarly, 2012 marked the launch of the MPS portal system; through password-protected access, all Marianapolis constituencies are connected with each other. Assignments, virtual resources, and organizational tools are all managed within the portals.
Marianapolis offers a wireless campus and two state-of-the art computer labs. Classrooms have at least one computer available for use, and nearly all have SmartBoards. From the arts to the sciences, students use technology throughout the curriculum.
The entire campus is connected by a high-speed wireless Internet network. Students can access the Internet with their iPads, personal computers, or school computers throughout campus. A firewall and content filtering protect the network. Marianapolis provides web-based email accounts for all students and faculty.
A new computer lab was opened in 2008, complete with 16 work stations in a space designed for the needs of Marianapolis students and faculty. This joins the Baron Room and the workstations in the Library as a common resource for Marianapolis students.