Veterans Affairs Services was established to provide specialized customer service to members of the various branches of military service, veterans, and their eligible dependents. Specifically, the staff serves as advocates for students by providing information about the University and assisting with Veteran's Administration (VA) programs and certification. The VA Certifying Official for Old Dominion University acts as liaison between the University and the regional VA offices to provide information on University procedures, and to resolve problems regarding eligibility and payment of VA benefits.
Students taking classes at Old Dominion University distance learning sites in Virginia or through the EMSE program can contact Veterans Affairs Services for assistance with G.I. Bill benefits. Students attending out of state distance learning sites will have the G.I. Bill benefits certified by their site director.
- the main campus, Norfolk, Virginia
- military bases and ships
- distance learning sites
- overseas military bases
- Asynchronous MEM students using G.I. Bill benefits
Forms and instructions to apply for G.I. Bill benefits.
Veterans Affairs Services was established to provide specialized customer service to members of the various branches of military service, veterans, and their eligible dependents.
Armed-service veterans can apply benefits and funds to pay for tuition at ODU.