The Filipino American Center serves as a resource and research center for Philippine history and culture.
The Office of Intercultural Relations is a portal to information and resources regarding multicultural and diversity issues.
The Safe Space Training Program provides education advocacy and awareness to reduce homophobia/transphobia and heterosexism on campus.
The primary goal of the Student Outreach & Support (S.O.S.) is to assist students in their journey through ODU's policies and procedures.
On campus your university ID card is a key tool to gaining access and making purchases.
The Women & Gender Equity Center at ODU strives to create a world that is free of gender bias and help students achieve their full potential.
ODU welcomes more than 1,2000 international students & scholars from 113 countries to the university by providing services as well as programs to help these individuals have an enjoyable, successful experience.
Brother 2 Brother is a SEES initiative dedicated specifically to assist African American, and Latinx men of color to excel academically, socially, culturally, and professionally.
The CHS Community Wellbeing & Support Clinic provides short-term counseling and case management services to ODU students at no extra cost. Click for more information regarding our services.