Old Dominion University is a public research institution with a diverse population of nearly 25,000 students. ODU’s main campus is located just minutes from Chesapeake Bay in Norfolk, VA. In addition to its broad selection of academic programs, ODU is a leader in online learning.
About Old Dominion University
Reasons to Choose Old Dominion
Old Dominion University offers 73 bachelor’s degrees, 60 master’s, and 35 doctoral degrees.
Research teams at Old Dominion receive $88 million in annual funding, for more than 400 groundbreaking projects.
I was able to transfer to Old Dominion University to complete my Bachelors in Finance and a Minor in Risk Management and Insurance through the guaranteed admissions program. Due to the foundation that NOVA helped to put down for me I was able to further specialize and still be on the same track to graduate on time as those students who had started their degree at Old Dominion University.
Next Steps for a Smooth Transfer
Start planning ASAP: speak to a NOVA Transfer Counselor to select a major; review NOVA’s Guaranteed Admissions Agreements; consider your Financial Aid options
Get to know Old Dominion University: read through Old Dominion’s Transfer Student website; stay informed about the academic calendar and important deadlines; and plan a visit (if you haven’t already)
Submit your paperwork: complete and submit an application to Old Dominion University; make sure to include your Financial Aid and Housing forms too
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