- Completed in 2007, the 62,000-square foot Jeffrey and Kimberly Yordon Center is the nerve center of Northern Illinois University Athletics and is the home of the Huskie Football program.
- From the 12,500-square foot strength & conditioning center to the athletic training room, the academic center to the equipment room, every amenity at the $14 million facility is first class.
- The Frances and George Wilkins Academic Support Center features one-on-one tutorial rooms, a group-study room and a fully-equipped computer lab as well as offices for the counselors of the Student-Athlete Academic Support Services unit.
- The spacious strength and conditioning center allows NIU's professional sports performance coaches to work with large groups of student-athletes at the same time while allowing ample space for warm-ups, plyometric exercises and speed and agility drills.
- NIU trainers and doctors have been provided with all the tools they need to keep Huskie student-athletes healthy as the Yordon Center's state-of-the-art health center features an X-ray room, a private doctor's office, two rehabilitation pools a drug testing area and offices for staff.