Monarch TRANSFERmation is a massive online database of transfer information. It includes courses that have been reviewed for credit from U.S. institutions. It is not an exhaustive database. Generally, lower level general education courses in the areas of math, English, science, and humanities with a grade of C (2.0) or better are transferrable. Remedial coursework does not transfer to ODU.
Upon admission, all of your coursework will be officially evaluated.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Transfer credit is only approved from regionally accredited institutions. Please check with your Registrar to determine if your school is regionally accredited.
This is not an exhaustive database of courses that will transfer, but a sampling of courses that have been awarded previously. Generally, lower level general education courses in the areas of math, English, science, and humanities with a grade of C (2.0) or better are transferrable. Remedial coursework does not transfer to ODU.
The database should only be used as a general guide. All coursework will be evaluated upon admission to ODU.
Yes, in some cases. You should submit a joint services transcripts and credit will be awarded as appropriate upon admission.
Any of our undergraduate admissions counselors would be happy to speak with you regarding transferring to Old Dominion University. Feel free to email your questions to email@example.com or call the admissions office at 757-683-3685.
Old Dominion University has established articulation agreements with all of the VCCS institutions which, in accordance with the State Policy on Transfer, considers the lower division general education requirements in all bachelors degree programs satisfied for students who earn an approved Associate in Arts, an Associate in Science, or an Associates in Arts and Sciences degree at any Virginia Community College or Richard Bland College. Some degree programs require specific General Education courses to meet departmental and/or college requirements that are not automatically satisfied by the articulation agreement.
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