Facilities
General Facilities
OBU opened the Recreation and Wellness Center (RAWC) in 2007 for the entire campus community. The center features an indoor jogging track, cardio and weight training machines, indoor pool, three sport (basketball/volleyball) courts, raquetball courts, locker rooms, climbing wall and lobby.  Additionally, the Noble Complex houses a weight room designated for OBU Athletics.
 
Baseball
The Bison moved into Bison Field at Ford Park in 2007. Lights were added in the summer of 2008. The yard includes covered dugouts and storage facilities, fenced outfield bullpens, press box and bleachers on a concrete slab and some of the finest baseball in the Sooner Athletic Conference. Just steps away is the Coates Building, which houses the baseball locker room, indoor hitting facility, public restrooms, offices and laundry room.
 
Basketball and Volleyball
The Bison and Lady Bison roam the Mabee Arena in the Noble Complex. Opened in 1982, the Noble Complex underwent a major renovation prior to the 2007-08 season, adding new locker rooms, basketball offices, courtside wireless internet, the luxurious Mabee Suite and new scoreboards. The Mabee Arena seats 2400 screaming fans, including chair-back seating in the lower reserved section.
 
Soccer
The Bison and Lady Bison play at the OBU Soccer Complex, located north of the main campus on Raley Drive. The OBU pitch is one of the best fields in the state and includes bleacher seating and covered dugouts. In addition to the main field, the complex includes a practice field.
 
Softball
Lady Bison Softball Field is home to the two-time national-tournament qualifiers. The field includes metal outfield fences, scoreboard, press box, covered dugouts, a covered patio, bleacher seating on a concrete slab, public restrooms, storage area and an umpire dressing room. The Lady Bison are lockered and officed in the Coates Building, which also includes an indoor hitting facility.
 
Tennis
The OBU Tennis Courts saw the 2007 Bison win a regional championship and advance to the national tournament. Originally a three-court complex, three more courts were added in 2000.
 
Track
Oklahoma Baptist University opened its new track, the Eddie Hurt Jr. Memorial Track, just west of the old track in 2008 and it has quickly become the standard for the Sooner Athletic Conference. The track hosted the 2008 Sooner Athletic Conference Championships and is being improved daily. In addition to the fast track, the OBU program includes an indoor training facility and locker rooms.