Home of Indiana Volleyball

Wednesday, January 16, IU held the official dedication opening the new, state-of-the-art, 3,000-seat multi-use facility - Wilkinson Hall.

Wilkinson Hall will serve as a multi-use training and performance center and as the home venue for the Hoosier Volleyball and Wrestling programs. It is located immediately north of Cook Hall at the intersection of 17th Street and Fee Lane. Consistent with the university’s master plan, the facility will bring those two programs’ home competitions back onto the IU Athletics campus from their current University Gymnasium home at the intersection of 10th Street and the 45/46 bypass.

In addition, Wilkinson Hall will provide the entire Indiana University Athletic Department and its programs with a new top-flight facility for year-round training, and will serve as a venue to host department and university events.

Wilkinson Hall is named after IU alumnus Jay Wilkinson and his family, in recognition of their $10 million major gift to the “For All: The Indiana University Bicentennial Campaign.” This is the latest and largest gift from the Wilkinson family, which has an incredible history of support for IU Athletics and its student-athletes.

1151 E. 17th St., Bloomington, IN 47408


Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall opened as Assembly Hall during the 1971-72 season and Branch McCracken Court was dedicated on December 18, 1971. Since then, millions of fans have attended Indiana Basketball games. Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall holds 17,222 fans and is consistently sold out throughout the regular season.

In December 2013, Indiana Athletics announced a $40 million gift—the largest in its history—from Indiana alumna Cindy Simon Skjodt to provide much needed renovations to Assembly Hall and launch Indiana Athletics' capital campaign. In recognition of the gift, Assembly Hall was renamed Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall and was re-opened and dedicated on Oct. 14, 2016.

Three NCAA National Championship teams have called the stadium home.

1001 E 17th St, Bloomington, IN 47408

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