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Office ofEducational Accessibility

The Office of Educational Accessibility aims to assist all students with disabilities in the pursuit of their educational objectives. Office staff work with faculty, administrators and students toward the goal of complying with legal mandates and integrating the student into a responsive campus community. The Office of Educational Accessibility strives to coordinate services that will enable students with disabilities to act as independently as possible in a supportive atmosphere that promotes self-reliance.

Admission to Old Dominion University is based solely on the entrance requirements as described in the college catalog. Disclosure of a disability during the admissions process is not required or requested, and neither the nature nor the severity of an individual's disability is used as criterion for admission. The Office of Educational Accessibility does not participate in the admissions process.

For more information about the University and the admissions process, contact the Admissions Office at (757) 683-3685.

Documentation Guidelines

Playing the Violin

Guidelines for documenting disabilities to receive on-campus support and accommodations..

Resources for Registered Students


Resources for Faculty & Staff

Professor Tim Seibles

Service Animals on Campus

Service Dog

Some students with disabilities require service animals in order to help them access the university environment.

Building Accessibility Maps

ODU Campus Map