Old Dominion University offers a number of excellent tutoring resources, centers, and services.
Some are available for drop-in help, while others require appointments. Peer tutoring and campus-wide academic support labs are available in many different majors and programs.
Click on the links below to see when you can take advantage of these free services.
Course-specific tutoring is available for many academic subjects offered at ODU. This page details which courses are available for tutoring, along with the tutoring labs and locations.
The Peer Mentor Program is designed to help students achieve academic success by providing mentors to help them work through personal and academic challenges, improve study and social skills, and aid in setting realistic and tangible goals.
SI sessions are free, weekly peer-led review sessions for students in historically difficult courses. SI Leaders will take information from class lectures and the textbook to efficiently review concepts from the course through various strategies.
The Peer Educator Program for Veterans and Students Affiliated with the Military Program (S.A.M.) is designed to provide academic, professional, and transitional support to active-duty personnel, veterans, reservist, spouses, and dependents.