This is a list of arenas that currently serve as the home venue for NCAA Division I college basketball teams. Conference affiliations reflect those in the upcoming 2020–21 season. The arenas serve as home venues for both the men's and women's teams except where noted. In addition, venues which are not located on campus or are used infrequently during the season have been listed.
- Temple splits its women's home games between the Liacouras Center and another on-campus facility, McGonigle Hall.
- Wichita State plays one men's game each season off-campus at Intrust Bank Arena.
- DePaul splits its women's home games between Wintrust Arena and the on-campus McGrath–Phillips Arena.
- St. John's men generally play their Big East home schedule in Madison Square Garden and their non-conference home schedule on campus at Carnesecca Arena.
- UConn splits its men's and women's home games between the Gampel Pavilion and the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut.
- For certain high-profile home games, Villanova uses the Wells Fargo Center.
- Idaho plays its early-season home games at Memorial Gymnasium while the Kibbie Dome, known as Cowan Spectrum for basketball games, is in use by the football team. In seasons that end in even-numbered calendar years, the first men's game at Cowan Spectrum is the rivalry game against Washington State.
- After the 2018–19 school year, the LIU Post athletic program will be merged into the Division I athletic program of its sister campus, LIU Brooklyn, creating a new Division I program that will compete as the LIU Sharks. The merged teams will continue LIU Brooklyn's membership in the Northeast Conference, with the basketball team being based in Brooklyn.
- The Kentucky women's team plays one or two games each season at Rupp Arena.
- Texas A&M–Corpus Christi uses the on campus Dugan Wellness Center as an alternate home court for both men's and women's teams.
This list includes facilities that are currently under construction, as well as existing facilities of schools that have announced future moves to NCAA Division I. Conference affiliations reflect those known to be in place as of the team's entry into Division I or the venue's opening, as applicable.
|Anderson Athletic and Recreation Complex||Saint Paul||MN||St. Thomas||Summit (2021)||2,000||2010|
|Idaho Central Credit Union Arena||Moscow||ID||Idaho||Big Sky||4,200||2021|
|Joan Perry Brock Center||Farmville||VA||Longwood||Big South||2,500–3,000||2022|
|Moody Center||Austin||TX||Texas||Big 12||10,000||2022|
|Tarrant Event Center||Burlington||VT||Vermont||America East||3,200||2022|
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The Mavericks’ upcoming regular-season slate comprises 30 games, including 13 home contests at Baxter Arena, the new 7,500-seat, on-campus venue under construction at 67th and Center Streets.
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Arena: GSU Sports Arena (3,854)
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