Military Student Resources
- Military Course Credit/Experiential Learning
- AP, IB, CLEP & DANTES Credit
- Military Activities
- Distance Learning
Many high-ranking military service members chose Old Dominion University as their university of choice and credit its innovative academic programs and dedicated faculty as integral to their educational and career successes.
- Lieutenant Colonel Michael J. Bloomfield, USAF ('93, '01H)
- Rear Admiral Frank M. Dirren Jr., USN ('81)
- Admiral William J. Fallon, USN ('82)
- General Benjamin Griffin, USA ('69)
- Brigadier General Kathleen M. Gainey, USA ('78)
- Lieutenant General Henry Osman, USMC ('69)
- Colonel Mary Maniscalco-Theberge, USA ('78)
ODU ROTC Programs
Our ROTC students are leaders in their own corps and battalions, as well as in many other campus organizations. On average, Old Dominion University ROTC students graduate in four years with about 10 more classes than other students.
Active Duty Military, Spouse & Dependent In-State Tuition Benefit
This benefit entitles active duty military, spouses and dependent children to in-state tuition rates upon submission of an application for instate tuition with documentation indicating military orders to a permanent duty station in Virginia and proof of current Virginia residency.
Your domicile status is determined from the Application for In-State Tuition and the documentation you provide.
Questions about domicile determination can be directed to the University Domicile Coordinator, 757-683-4425 or e-mail email@example.com.
Forms and instructions to apply for G.I. Bill benefits.
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Transfer students have previously attended a regionally accredited college or university after graduating from high school or receiving a GED. No matter where you began your college career, you are now ready to join the ODU community and experience classes with ODU's world-class faculty on our vibrant metropolitan campus.
At ODU, graduate students engage in small classes with dedicated faculty who are professionals in their fields. Each of our graduate programs offer challenging courses as well as excellent research opportunities.
Second degree applicants have already earned a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university and want to pursue an additional bachelor’s degree in a different course of study.
Old Dominion University offers non-degree admission for visiting students or those interested in receiving a licensure. As a non-degree student, you can further your education without being committed to a degree program.
Whatever the reason, if you had to stop taking classes at ODU and you left in good academic standing, we encourage you to come back and finish your degree. Students who have previously attended ODU and have not taken classes for longer than one year must complete the reactivation process.