The Center for Coastal Physical Oceanography promotes research on the physical oceanography of the coastal ocean and related oceanographic processes.
The dental hygiene program provides comprehensive dental hygiene care to students, faculty/staff, and the local community.
The Research Center for Bioelectrics strives to increase scientific knowledge of how intense, pulsed electromagnetic fields and cold ionized gases interact with biological systems.
The Maritime Institute provides a focal point for educational services and research programming that is responsive to the port-related needs of Hampton Roads, Virginia and other port-related facilities in the world.
The economic forecasting project prepares a yearly national forecast. A full analysis and past years scorecard is also available.
The Oral Preschool program is a unique educational setting for young children with hearing loss.
The economic forecasting project prepares a yearly regional forecast. A full analysis and past years scorecard is also available.
The SSRC is a fully equipped social science research center with staff expertise in various forms of research methods and data collection including mail surveys, telephone surveys, household interviews, and focus groups; and most conventional forms of data analysis.
The Speech and Hearing clinic provides diagnostic and therapy services for adults and children with speech, language, and hearing disorders.
The National Centers for System of Systems Engineering (NCSOSE) is a university Enterprise Research Center of the Batten College of Engineering and Technology focused on decision making for multidisciplinary problems.
The State of Virginia has assigned Old Dominion University the leadership role in the Virginia Coastal Energy Research Consortium (VCERC), with the mission to seek out and develop new alternative energy research directions and evaluate viable renewable energy sources for Virginia.
VMASC is one of the world's leading research centers for computer modeling, simulation, and visualization. The mission of the Center is to conduct collaborative MS&V research and development, provide expertise to government agencies and industry, and to promote Old Dominion University, Hampton Roads and Virginia as a center of MS&V activities.