At SDS class rooms are called studios and students can rearrange and customise their workspace to their liking. Since classes are mostly held with audio and video aids, studios are equipped with multimedia facilities.
SDS has the best facilities for an upcoming design school and will keep adding facilities as required to keep it on par with premier design schools in the country.
Students attend lectures in the studios and fabricate them in the Maker space which has facilities to handle Clay, Plaster of Paris, Thermocol, Wood, Plastics and more materials. More machinery are being added to the Maker space as and when courses need them.
The Resource centre includes a small library with a few hundreds of books on Design, Art and Crafts, a few magazines related to design, current affairs and newspapers. More titles are being added to the list as required.
The resource centre also has a few computers for student use along with black and white and colour printing and scanning facilities for students use.
SDS has its own Café which provides tea, juices, ice creams and snacks during interval times. The Café is being spruced up to provide more variety for students. The campus has a few other canteens to fulfil students hunger pangs.
The campus has a well-stocked stationery store from where students can purchase their daily needs of paper, art and craft materials.
There are separate hostels for boys and girls for providing comfortable stay. The girls hostels are within the campus, while the boys hostels are at a walkable distance. These hostels have their own messes attached to them. A few shops and cafes around the campus also cater to students’ needs.