About Old Dominion University
Old Dominion University Facts:
Location: Norfolk, VA 23529
Extended Campus Centers:
Peninsula Higher Education Center, Hampton
Virginia Beach Higher Education Center, Virginia Beach
Northern Virginia Center, Sterling
History: 1930 Norfolk Division of the College of William and Mary
1962 Independent institution
1969 University status Enrollment20,100 Total
International: 1,400 from 108 countries
Alumni: 84,600 in all 50 states and 72 countries
President: Roseann Runte
Faculty: Full-time: 603 Part-time: 331 Student-to-faculty Ratio:16 to 1
66 bachelor's degrees
23 doctoral degrees
Total research grants and contracts valued at $36 million annually Economic Impact Business and research initiatives contribute more than $600 million annually to the economy, making the University the largest generator of new jobs in the region.
Our non credit continuing education units at Old Dominion University are affiliated with the professional colleges of Business, Education, Engineering and Health Sciences. We offer a variety of professional development and personal interest programs.
Current students: Please direct questions about your lessons, quizzes,
assignments, and other course materials to your instructor or course administrator.
You can use the course discussion areas for this purpose.
If you have questions about accessing the online classroom, retrieving your lessons,
changing your password, correcting your e-mail address, obtaining progress reports
or completion letters, receiving an extension, or any other administrative tasks,
New or potential students: If you have questions about course content,
prerequisites, requirements, follow-ups, or instructors, you'll find the information
you need by locating the courses that interest you. Click the course title to review
the course details.
If you require any assistance with registration, please contact:
Old Dominion University
Programs for Continued Learning
122, Education Building
Norfolk, VA 23529