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Academic Performance 

Students are responsible for maintaining academic standards while studying at Old Dominion University. Find information about:

Academic Warnings 

Academic Probation 

Academic Suspension 

Academic Readmission 


Adjusted Resident Credit (ARC) 

Any undergraduate student who leaves Old Dominion University in academic difficulty and returns after at least one calendar year will be given the option of requesting a grade point average status equivalent to that of a student admitted as a transfer, according to the conditions and regulations of the policy.


Appealing a Grade 

The purpose of the grade appeal procedure is to serve the needs of graduate and undergraduate students who believe that they were unjustly awarded a grade by a faculty member through prejudice or caprice.


GPA Calculator 

Each course taken at ODU can have an effect on your GPA. Learn how to compute score to see where you stand.


Grade Forgiveness 

Each course taken at ODU can have an effect on your GPA. Learn how to compute score to see where you stand.


Grade Reporting 

University policy requires faculty teaching on-campus courses to submit grades electronically to the Office of the University Registrar through LEO Online.


Incompletes, Withdraws and Z Grades 

For information on incomplete grades ("I" or "II"). grades indicating official ("W") or unofficial ("WF") withdrawal from a course, or missing/unreported grades ("Z").


Obtaining Your Grades 

Students are expected to retrieve grades by using the secure access web site LEO Online.