Trevor Law, a Spanish and Arabic minor, plans to work and live abroad after graduating from ODU. (More)
The expanded mission is to help all ODU students graduate with meaningful global competences. (More)
Old Dominion’s service projects – from self-esteem workshops for pregnant teens to free filing of tax returns – span the calendar and the globe. (More)
Trip provided an exclusive look at engineering in one of the leading nations for science and technology. (More)
They conducted health promotion projects and learned about the country’s history and culture. (More)
Engineering students visit Guatemala to help community of roughly 800 residents. (More)
The group of 11 students and three faculty members spent spring break in Cuba, learning about a country long-closed to American visitors. (More)
With the partial lifting of the Cuban trade embargo, the study abroad program will allow ODU students to compare food culture in Cuba and the United States.
Students who sign up for the spring break trip to Nicaragua with Lindsay Usher, assistant professor of park, recreation and tourism studies, will explore tourism and community development in the Central American country. (More)
A group of 10 incoming Old Dominion University freshmen explored Greece this summer as part of a new study abroad program that is rare among higher education institutions nationwide and a first in Virginia.