Stephane Paumier, a famous and award-winning architect, created the OP Jindal Global University (JGU) Campus. In addition to state-of-the-art classrooms, the fully air-conditioned campus with student and staff housing has multimedia-enabled auditoriums and theatres. The Campus is monitored, and CCTV cameras have been placed to protect the safety of all inhabitants. The university has hired Sodexo, a French multinational corporation, to provide food services and facilities management on campus.
The Library has around 48000 print volumes and a variety of electronic resources. Books, monographs, research papers, legal reports, and back volumes of magazines are among the items in the print collection. Aside from professional reading, the library has a strong selection of pleasure reading and soft skills development materials. The collection includes all topics connected to the University's academic and research programs. The library's print materials are organized into two categories: general and reference.
The "Biswamil Bistro" at the O.P. Jindal Global University is a world-class food court reflecting global ambitions and Indian traditions. Subway, Burger Point, 34 Chowringhee Lane, Street Food by Punjab Grill, Bercos, Moti Mahal, Domino's Pizza, Breakfast Round the Clock BRC, and Keventers are among the brands represented in this JGU food court. For the advantage of JGU students, faculty, staff, and visitors, a variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian meal alternatives are offered. Tuck Shops such as Coffee Café Day, Juice N More, and Nescafe are also located on campus.
Both Boys Hostel and Girls Hostel is available at University. A French architect created the University's student hall of residence, which comprises many blocks of buildings. There are halls, open areas, and communal rooms within each block. Male and female pupils have their blocks. According to international standards, students are housed in these buildings, and the rooms are tastefully decorated. In these Halls, hygiene is very crucial. The campus also has leisure amenities, such as a gymnasium and various indoor and outdoor activities. Lawns, plants, and trees abound in the immediate vicinity.
Treadmills, cross trainers, spinning cycles, free weights, and other international-standard equipment are available at the University. Students enjoy yoga and aerobics programs as well.
The University Hall of Residence for students consists of several blocks of building designed by a French architect. There are corridors, open spaces and common rooms within each block. There are separate blocks for male and female students. The accommodation for students in these blocks follows international norms and the rooms are aesthetically furnished. Hygiene is an important consideration in these Halls.