From the classrooms and lecture theatres to the production labs and art studios, our campus is a hive of learning, activity, and engagement — permeating with creative energy and friendly interaction among students, faculty, and staff.
DigiPen (Singapore) encompasses over 2,960 square meters with a library, dedicated computer labs for students, and classrooms for lectures and instruction. The classrooms vary in size from lecture halls accommodating up to 80 students to small classrooms accommodating 60 students. The labs also vary in size, accommodating from 50 to 150 students each.
There are a range of lecture theatres on campus that each have different seating capacities. Students attend weekly lectures as part of their integrated and applied academic curriculum. Lecture theatres are arranged auditorium-style and come with audio-visual equipment to facilitate multimedia presentations and discussions.
DigiPen (Singapore) has multiple classrooms that can accommodate 60-80 students each. Each space is designed to be a comfortable and conducive environment to promote learning and project-based collaborations.
Equipped with the latest software, these labs are where our computer science students spend much of their time. Here they can work on programming assignments, simulations, VR/AR projects, game development, and more.
Designed to house up to 125 students, Pascal is DigiPen (Singapore)’s largest classroom, where teams of students from various degree programs have a common space to work together on their interdisciplinary projects. The computer workstations are conveniently laid out to facilitate group discussions and foster a collaborative working environment. There are also whiteboards located around the room for students to easily track and organize their thoughts and ideas. Pascal also doubles as the Academic Support Center, where students can receive free tutoring and guidance on their projects and assignments. The Academic Support Center is open Monday through Friday, 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Bach is our digital recording studio, where students learn, research, and implement the principles of music and sound design. Here they get to produce original music content and custom sound effects for their games and animations, as well as record voice-overs for their projects.
We have three main types of art studios on campus. In Picasso, students hone their skills in observational and live drawing. In Rembrandt, they learn the fundamentals of traditional clay sculpting, human anatomy, and character design. And in Da Vinci and Michelangelo, students work on their 2D sketches and animation skills using light boxes.
The campus library aims to support the Institute’s students, faculty, and curriculum. Students have access to a variety of resources and reference books relevant to their program of study. The library also subscribes to a selection of major journals and magazines related to the fields of gaming, simulation, and animation. In addition to curriculum-related resources, the library has a collection of career-oriented materials, including books on resumes, cover letters, and interviews.
Internet access is a regulated service and is provided for students free of charge. Students who use the Institute’s internet services must abide by the Network and Internet Usage Policy.
|Approximate Square Meters||Capacity|
|2D Animation Labs|
|SR 4F||86.75||60 pax|
|SR 4G||118.38||60 pax|
|SR 5D||84.54||60 pax|
|SR 5E||82.98||60 pax|
|SR 6A||79.15||60 pax|
|SR 6C||40.33||60 pax|
|LT 4A||236.44||150 pax|
|LT 4B||236.44||150 pax|
|LT 5A||243.36||150 pax|
|LT 5B||243.1||150 pax|
|LT 6A||125.11||70 pax|
|LT 6B||129.13||70 pax|
|LT 6C||300.13||200 pax|
|LT 6D||300.13||200 pax|