JGU is located on a 80-acre residential campus in the National Capital Region (NCR) of Delhi. The campus was designed by the award-winning French architect Stephane Paumier, whose projects include the Alliance Française complex and the Air Force Museum in New Delhi.
Amenities on campus include fully air-conditioned hostels, academic blocks, top-of-the-line catering and housekeeping. The university has state-of-the-art Infrastructure that facilitates a comfortable and academically vibrant environment for students and staff.
The entire campus is Wi- Fi enabled. Smoking and alcohol consumption is strictly prohibited on campus. JGU is committed to making the campus disabled-friendly. Ramps, elevators, special washrooms etc. are an integral part of the university infrastructure. With students coming from different parts of the country and the world, the JGU community is diverse and exciting, allowing students to learn, be challenged, and have fun both inside and outside the classroom.
The safety of our students is of paramount importance to us. To ensure a safe campus for students and staff, JGU has a robust security system. The campus is manned round the clock by well-trained male and female security staff. Surveillance cameras are placed at strategic spots, including access points.
The residential facilities at JGU provide living space for 4,500 students, with generous en-suite bedrooms, shared bathroom (toilets, washbasins, shower), common kitchens on every floor and common rooms in each hostel. The buildings are equipped with state-of-the-art teaching and IT facilities that meet the student’s learning and professional development needs. All study rooms have free access to the web. The university also provides single- gender residential accommodation for its students in its Halls of Residence in a comfortable, modern and self-contained living environment.
JGU has three dining halls where breakfast, lunch, evening snacks and dinner are served on all days, including weekends. Three nutritious meals as well as snacks is provided each day. Vegetarian meals, including eggs in certain meals are served in the dining hall. To ensure best catering, the university has employed the services of Sodexo, the French multinational that is one of the largest food services and facilities management companies in the world.
Non-vegetarian food and fast food is available in the campus food court, Biswamil Bistro. It has popular outlets such as Subway, 34 Chowringhee Lane, Moti Mahal, Keventers, Bercos, Dominos, Punjab Grill and a Food Truck. It remains open from 12 noon to midnight. Café Coffee Day, Juice & More, Nestle Coffee shop and Amul ice cream parlour are some of the other options available. Vending machines dispensing cold drinks, snacks etc. are also installed in all hostels and academic block.