To help curriculum implementation and resource development projects for the Laguna State Polytechnic University - San Pablo City Campus (LSPU-SPCC), an assessment framework was utilized to review and evaluate the quality of existing Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS) resources for classroom learning and instruction. The study also aimed at finding out whether availability of teaching and learning resources influenced the implementation of BSCS Graphics and Visualizations Curricula. Researchers also used a descriptive research design of survey type and collected data using questionnaires. The sample of this study comprises: Computer Science instructors and students of LSPU-SPCC. Seven instructors and 83 (87%) out of 94 third year and fourth year students currently enrolled in the said program participated in the study. Descriptive statistics of means, percentages and weighted averages were used in analyzing the data. The study findings indicated that there was adequacy of teaching and learning resources at LSPU-SPCC. The outcomes of the review and evaluation show that several resources had an adequate degree context, integrity and alignment. The study recommends that sufficient teaching and learning resources should be offered to ensure that the Graphics and Visualization Curriculum is implemented effectively, and additional funding should be allotted for the purchase of teaching and learning materials for BSCS students.