The campus also offers social, retail, and leisure spaces, featuring a restaurant and sports facilities, student clubs and spaces for prayer. The Student Center is a multi-function space for the use of DI students and includes the student lounge and student society offices. A Fitness Center is also located on the campus and includes a three-lane 25 meter lap pool, a squash court, a tennis court, a multi-purpose room for fitness classes, and an equipment room for weight training and cardiovascular machines. The DI campus has a variety of dining options including a cafeteria serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as a café that is open all day and has both indoor and outdoor seating. Other facilities are also provided such as a health clinic, grocery store, bookstore and children's nursery.
Housing for both faculty and students is located on campus in order to foster an academic community both inside and outside the classroom. Further, the DI Guest House hosts visiting professors for short-term stays as well as workshop attendees. In addition to the guest suites, it has a business center, lounge and dining room.
The campus was designed to integrate indoor and outdoor spaces through the placement of buildings, landscaping and shading devices. Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to make use of this space for outdoor activities including film screenings, discussions, art displays and social occasions.
A large central garden is conceived as a transition space between the teaching and residential components of the campus. It is intricately landscaped and arranged to allow for outdoor assembly events such as the graduation and award ceremonies, which would involve temporary stages, audio and lighting, and possible shading structures.