Student Resources

Academic Resources

Academic Coaching

Peer and professional academic coaches (PACs) are available to meet with students who want to improve their academic and self-management skills.

Academic Resource Center

ARC is a centralized learning space that allows students to practice and enhance their learning outside of the classroom. Virtual appointments are available.

Academic Student Success

ODU is committed to the academic excellence of all students and provides a variety of resources to support student success. 

Educational Accessibility

Works collaboratively with students, faculty, and staff to ensure that students who experience disabilities can successfully access and participate in all aspects of University life.

University Libraries

Librarians are available to assist with research projects or specific subject areas. Virtual appointments are available.

World Languages & Cultures

Promotes effective, high-quality instruction of English for speakers of other languages. 

Find Friends or Community Help


Any person may use this form to report a suspected violation of the Code of Student Conduct. (Learn More)

Disabilities within the Old Dominion University campus community include ADD/HD, learning, medical, and psychological disabilities. Students with disabilities can be best served at the Office of Educational Accessibility, located at 1021 Student Success Center. Learn More

It is the policy of Old Dominion University to provide equal employment, educational and social opportunities for all persons without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age, veteran status, disability, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity or genetic information. Moreover, to the extent permitted by law, the University prohibits discrimination based upon the foregoing factors. (Learn More)

The University's SAFE Program is committed to providing support and resources to assist students who encounter crimes involving sexual assault, domestic and dating violence, and stalking. Impacted students should refer to these resources to learn more about reporting options and support services. (Learn More)

Sexual harassment of anyone or in any context is unacceptable at Old Dominion University. Please review the University's Sexual Harassment Policy and Procedures. All questions and concerns regarding sexual harassment can be handled at the Old Dominion University Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity. (Learn More)

Student Outreach & Support (SOS) is a service within the Dean of Students' office. SOS provides support to students who experience administrative, academic, or personal roadblocks. SOS works collaboratively with ODU's Care Team, and is here to help students achieve their personal and academic goals. (Learn More)


Victims of sexual assault, dating/domestic violence and stalking have the right to be treated with respect. (Learn more)


Transportation in & Around Campus


The Norfolk campus is ideal for bicycling. Situated on the Elizabeth River Trail, the interior of the campus is flat, protected from perimeter streets, and crisscrossed with tree-lined paths.

Lime Scooter

Lime E-Scooters are a dockless electric mobility share program piloted by the City of Norfolk.


All vehicles parked on campus are required to have purchased a valid ODU parking permit, or hourly parking payment.

Public Transit

ODU has partnered with HRT (Hampton Roads Transit) to provide affordable regional transit options to our Monarch community with the GoPass365.

Safe Ride

SAFE RIDE is ODU's on-demand evening van service providing free rides to all Monarchs after dark.

Sustainable Transportation

ODU supports active and healthy commuting habits by encouraging transportation options that reduce single occupancy vehicle use in exchange for healthier, more affordable and convenient modes of transportation.