The Ted Constant Convocation Center is a 219,330-square-foot (20,376 m2), multi-purpose arena in Norfolk, Virginia, United States, on the campus of Old Dominion University. It is operated by Global Spectrum and is known as "The Ted". The Constant Center is part of the University Village project, a 75 acres (30 ha) development that will also feature a shopping center, restaurants, theaters, offices, research labs and residences with connections to the campus. "The Ted" has 7,319 seats, 862 upper club/priority seats, 16 luxury suites, and a scoreboard. The arena currently seats 8,639 for basketball games and 9,520 for concerts. In addition to being used for home basketball games and high profile wrestling matches for ODU, the Constant Center hosts family-oriented events as well as concerts and lectures.
On March 17 and 19 the Constant Center played host to the first and second round of the 2012 NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament.
"The Ted" was designed by Southfield, Michigan architecture firm Rossetti.
In 2015, the Ted received upgraded video systems throughout the stadium including a digital scoreboard from Daktronics.