Old Dominion University                   Norfolk,  Virginia


Type of School





Urban setting



Small city (50,000 - 249,999)



Commuter campus




Percent applicants admitted: 69%



Regionally Accredited


Total undergrads: 15,464

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools


Degree-seeking undergrads: 14,845



First-time degree-seeking freshmen: 2,099



Graduate enrollment: 6,161


Most Popular Majors For Bachelor's Degrees








Business/Marketing: 21%


English: 8%


Psychology: 6%

Health Professions: 17%


Interdisciplinary Studies: 7%


Education: 5%

Social Sciences: 12%


Engineering Technologies: 6%

Engineering: 5%


Biological & Biomedical Sciences


Health Professions & Clinical Sciences

Biochemistry  B


Clinical Laboratory Science  B

Biology  B


Community Health Services  B

Marine/Aquatic Biology  B


Cytotechnology  B



Dental Hygiene  B

Business, Management, & Marketing


Environmental Health  B

Accounting  B


Health Services - General  B

Business Administration/Management  B


Nuclear Medical Technology  B

Business/Managerial Economics  B


Nursing (RN)  B

Finance/Banking  B


Ophthalmic Technology  B

International Business  B


Speech-Language Pathology/Audiology  B

Management Information Systems  B



Marketing Management  B





History - General  B

Computer & Information Sciences



Computer/Information Sciences - General  B





Mathematics - General  B




Civil Engineering  B


Physical Sciences

Computer Engineering - General  B


Chemistry  B

Electrical/Communications Engineering  B


Geology  B

Environmental Engineering  B


Oceanography  B

Mechanical Engineering  B


Physics  B




Engineering Technologies



Civil Engineering/Technology  B


Psychology - General  B

Computer Engineering  B



Electrical Engineering Technologies  B



Engineering Technology - General  B



Nuclear  B




Test Scores




Middle 50% of First-Year Students

Percent Who Submitted Scores

SAT Critical Reading:

480 - 570


SAT Math:

490 - 580


SAT Writing:

460 - 560


ACT Composite:

19 - 22



26% had h.s. GPA between 3.0 and 3.24


14% in top 10th of graduating class

24% had h.s. GPA between 2.5 and 2.99


46% in top quarter of graduating class



87% in top half of graduating class

58% White/Non-Hispanic





88% In-state students

54% Women


12% Out-of-state students

46% Men


2% Part-time students