Old Dominion University's Peninsula Higher Education Center is a state-of-the-art academic facility aligned with the University's Mission to promote the advancement of knowledge. The Peninsula Center is designed to support a wide array of graduate and undergraduate programs that meet the needs of the local community. Its location near Thomas Nelson Community College makes it convenient for Peninsula residents transferring to the University for completion of bachelor degrees and for health and other professionals seeking to further their undergraduate and graduate education through the doctorate level. The Peninsula Center currently offers 24 undergraduate and 25 graduate programs with over 200 classes scheduled each week. Education programs include teacher licensure, as well as, advanced degrees in instruction and administration.
The Peninsula Center offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs as well as certifications and licensure programs. View these along with our class offerings and academic resources.
Being a Monarch means you have a vast array of resources available to you, both at the center and on the ODU main campus in Norfolk.
Conveniently located just off I-64 in Hampton, ODU Peninsula brings world-class education north of the James. Learn about the amenities offered as well as hours of operation and driving directions.