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Campus Facilities

Campus Facilities

DCAD Dining

DCAD’s on-campus dining hall, the 707 Café, is located on the first floor of The 707 Residence Hall. It offers a wide range of meal and snack selections for breakfast, lunch and dinner during the week and for `brunch and dinner on the weekends, as either dine-in or to-go options. Vegetarian, vegan and other special diets are accommodated.

Dining Services are provided by CulinArt Group. Students are welcome to access the head chef, along with a nutritionist, to assist with meal accommodations and planning

 

Dining Hours

Monday through Friday

  • Breakfast: 8:00 – 10:00 a.m.
  • Lunch: Noon – 1:30 p.m.
  • Dinner: 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday

  • Brunch: 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
  • Dinner: 4 – 6 p.m.

*Subject to change.

 

THE THRONSON LIBRARY

DCAD’s Thronson Library carries thousands of resources focused on fine and applied arts in support of the DCAD curriculum. The Library houses over 18,500 items including books, periodicals, DVDs and sound files. Our online databases provide access to high-quality images and scholarly resources 24/7.

The general public, visiting scholars, and art & design professionals are welcome to use the Thronson Library collections on weekdays during regular business hours. Visitors wishing to use the Thronson Library should contact the librarian in advance to make an appointment and need to sign in with the college’s security personnel.

Learn More About The Library

Gallery

TONI & STUART B. YOUNG GALLERY

The Toni and Stuart B. Young Gallery of the Delaware College of Art and Design is an exhibition, performance, and educational art space that serves Wilmington and the greater Philadelphia area. The Gallery gives DCAD students, faculty, alumni, and the public direct exposure to diverse, innovative, and contemporary art and design practices.

The continuing COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to rethink accessibility to the gallery. In order to comply with state guidelines, the college has temporarily closed the gallery to the public. However, the exhibitions are currently viewable from the sidewalk outside our main building on 6th and Market Streets through dynamic window displays. In addition, more artwork and exhibition information can be accessed through our website.