Engage From Anywhere
ODU's compassionate spirit is evident as we come together as a Monarch community. In Student Engagement & Enrollment Services we are engaging students in conversations, encouraging student organizations to continue their meetings virtually, and advocating for connection through virtual coffee and online hangouts. Additionally, we're leveraging technology with Virtual SEES (our on-line student services). We are excited to be providing virtual access to university services and resources, and implementing online meetings for students using Zoom. Staff is here for each member of the Monarch community. We look forward to engaging virtually so that we can remain healthy.
How Can We Help You?
Virtual Vice President
Text questions to 757-952-6381 or tweet the Vice President @odu_vp_sees.
Find orientations to online learning and many other resources.
The Admissions team is available to help you with every step in your journey to becoming a Monarch. Visit our Virtual Engagement page for a variety of resources designed to bring the ODU experience to you. You can find more information about undergraduate, graduate, international, and military admission on our website.
Assessment & Planning
The Office of Assessment & Planning for SEES offers virtual assistance in data collection, reporting, instrument design, goal and objective planning, and all of our other services during this time. Contact us for more information or to schedule an appointment with a consultant.
Career Development Services
Career Development Services offers its services and resources virtually to help students design their careers throughout the online learning period. We offer Drop-in Online meetings with a Career Coach and virtual appointments (both phone and Zoom). Please reach out to schedule a virtual one-on-one with your CDS Liaison by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or online through our Drop-in Zoom Room: Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
To the graduating class, we are here to provide you with the career services necessary for a successful transition to the workforce or graduate/professional school, and have created an easy way to find resources and services specifically for you. You can search and apply for internships and jobs virtually at Careers4monarchs.
Center For Major Exploration & Mane Connect Success Coaching
The Center for Major Exploration and Mane Connect Success Coaching (CME/MCC) assists undecided students, of all classifications, in the process of career and major exploration. In addition, CME/MCC is designed to assist students with college readiness, success, and transition in order to be successful at ODU. Feel free to connect with us virtually by emailing email@example.com or dropping into our virtual office on Fridays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Your well-being is important to us. Amid the uncertainty brought on by a global pandemic, together we continue adapting, evolving and doing our best. Counseling Services is adapting by beginning to offer teletherapy to the Monarch student community. If Monarchs would like an appointment with a counselor, they should call the Office of Counseling Services at 757-683-4401 and press option 1. We realize that sometimes Monarchs will need help ASAP. Monarchs can receive immediate assistance by calling 757-683-4401 and pressing option 2.
Counseling Services is also providing information on how to cope with the present circumstances through our website and social media. Here are the ways you can connect with us.
Website | Phone: 757-683-4401
Dean of Students Office
The Dean of Students Office aspires to foster success in every student by providing the highest level of care and support aimed to promote engagement, resiliency, and degree attainment. Beyond providing initiatives for student success, the Dean of Students Office offers two main services: Off-Campus Student Life and Student Outreach & Support (SOS). Off-Campus Student Life provides a centralized location for off-campus students to receive guidance, support, and resources for their off-campus experience. Student Outreach & Support (SOS) provides support to students who experience administrative, academic, or personal roadblocks.
The Office of Educational Accessibility continues to support and advocate for students with disabilities to successfully access and participate in their classes. Some accommodations may need to be adjusted to fit the virtual environment, but we are confident your accommodation needs can be met. We are available to assist you remotely via email, virtual meeting, or phone Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Old Dominion University's physical offices are currently closed to the public. However, staff are available to assist you remotely Monday through Friday, 8:15 a.m. to 5 p.m. Financial Aid counselors are available for 15 minute virtual counseling sessions. Book your appointment.
Website | Phone: 757-683-3683
Email questions to your Financial Aid counselor according to your last name*:
*Be sure to include your UIN and name. You may fax sensitive information such as tax transcripts, social security numbers, or other personally identifiable documents to 757-683-5920. Should you choose to email, please ensure to use a secure method.
You may also mail documents to: Office of Student Financial Aid 2000 Alfred B. Rollins Hall Old Dominion University Norfolk, VA 23529
Harassment of anyone or in any context is unacceptable at Old Dominion University. Please refer to the Office of Institutional Equity & Diversity, where you can submit a complaint or report a concern. You may also refer to this website for information on reporting options and support resources for individuals that have encountered sexual assault, domestic and dating violence and stalking, and other forms of sexual harassment. If you are in danger, please contact 911.
The YWCA of South Hampton Roads provides related confidential crises counseling and support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you are need of these services, please call the YWCA hotline at 757-251-0144.
Website | Phone: 757-683-3141
Health Promotion offers online resources to promote overall health and wellness, sexual health, healthy eating, and substance abuse prevention. Visit our website or follow us @odu_healthpromotion to get updates on current program offerings, weekly healthy recipes, to engage with our Monarch Wellness Ambassadors, and much more.
Website | Phone: 757-683-3132
Housing & Residence Life
Housing & Residence Life provides on-campus housing for nearly 5,000 students and strives to provide safe, well-maintained communities while enhancing the overall collegiate experience.
We seek to exceed expectations by navigating the residential experience from Convocation to Commencement with care and attentiveness while offering a living and learning experience that facilitates students' development as Monarchs and global citizens.
The Office of Institutional Research at Old Dominion University provides data and analysis in support of decision making across the entire institution. Please visit our website for a wide range of resources, including but not limited to, University FactBook, Common Dataset, and a variety of standard reports based on official University data. The Data Request Form (.xls) is also available on this page. For immediate assistance, please call 757-683-3080 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Office of Intercultural Relations (OIR) values diversity, culture, and people and we are excited to support the Monarch Community remotely. Our mission has always been and will continue to be creating environments and opportunities for individuals and communities to connect across identity and experiences. Our motto during this time is "Connect. Comfort. Care." OIR is here to connect with you for your academic as well as social needs, comfort in this time of stress and transition, remind you that we are here, and we care about you. Visit our website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for more specific information on how we are supporting our diverse student communities.
Have general questions? Connect with us at email@example.com.
Student Engagement & Traditions
The Office of Student Engagement & Traditions has a virtual office that you can visit, connect with us in our Zoom Room, Monday through Friday 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Staff are available to assist you remotely -- in a virtual space. Check us out at our website , on Zoom or on social media at @involvementODU.
Connect with us and visit our website to learn more about virtual platforms to support student organizations. We will be adding virtual engagement opportunities, remote service opportunities, the chance to enhance your new MonarchGroups knowledge and resources to help your organization to succeed.
Military Connection Center
The Military Connection Center (MCC) will continue serving military-affiliated students in a virtual environment. The MCC team is here to assist students successfully navigate the transition to academic life, answer GI Bill questions, or other questions over the phone at 757-683-7153, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or appointments via Zoom.
Recreation & Wellness
Live Well. Learn Well. Recreation & Wellness wants you to find what moves you wherever you are. Staying physically active, making good food choices, practicing mindfulness or meditation, and spending time outdoors in nature are proven ways to stay healthy and happy. Visit our Recreation & Wellness page or follow us @odurecwell on social media for recreation information, workouts, and more. Recreation & Wellness is dedicated to providing resources to make wellness a priority.
The Registrar's Office is available to assist you with registration for classes, withdrawals, changing courses to pass/fail grading, transcript orders, processing of VA Educational Benefits, and verification of enrollment. Please contact us Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 757-683-4425 or email us at email@example.com. For additional information, please visit our website.
SEES Communication offers multi-functional and interconnected resources in constituent publications, creative services, strategic communication planning, internal communication, social media, multi-media services, and visual communication. SEES Communication is committed to staying connected to students and staff. Stay connected with us at @ODUSEES.
The Center for Social Mobility develops strategies to expand access, affordability, and completion in higher education. Additionally, the Center for Social Mobility will continue to support in social mobility data request, consultations, and collaboration on social mobility related projects and research.
Student Conduct & Academic Integrity
The Office of Student Conduct & Academic Integrity (OSCAI) continues to foster a climate of personal and academic integrity that facilitates the success of all University community members. To do so, OSCAI assists students and campus partners with concerns about academic integrity violations, classroom disruption, and any other behavioral misconduct. It is important to remember the Code of Student Conduct applies on and off campus and in a virtual format. To address allegations of misconduct, conduct meetings will occur virtually. OSCAI can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and information regarding services can be found at our website.
Student Health Services
In order to protect the health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff, Student Health Services is requesting students call the clinic at 757-683-3132 for sick visit appointments (cold & flu symptoms) prior to coming to the clinic. Student Health Services is providing telehealth with our staff for assessment of all sick visits, minor health concerns, and prescription refills. Based upon telephone screening for symptoms of coronavirus, appointments will be made with a provider between the hours of 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Students with all other appointment request will be seen on an individual basis.
Website | Phone: 757-683-3132
Student Transition & Family Programs
Student Transition and Family Programs is excited to welcome new Monarchs and their families to ODU. Our office coordinates Freshman and Transfer Monarch Orientation to prepare students to be successful inside and outside the classroom. For more information about Monarch Orientation, visit our website. If you have questions or need assistance, please email email@example.com.
The Women's Center is here to support all students. Our programs and services are designed to promote leadership, equity, advocacy and academic success. We will offer a range of online activities, virtual meetings and resources. We encourage you to get involved with our center.