Will my credits transfer to ODUOnline?
It's different for everyone, but we'll help you find out! We'll work with you to make sure we can transfer as many credits as possible to help you finish your degree.
That's why we offer a free unofficial transfer evaluation before you apply.
Fill out the form below and let us know your program of interest. Then, you'll be contacted by one of our enrollment coaches. Your coach can answer your questions about our online bachelor's degrees. They can also take a look at your transcripts and give you an unofficial evaluation.
We'll help you every step of the way, from evaluation to graduation.
Virginia Community College Transfers
We have articulation agreements to accept many credits from Virginia Community Colleges and Richard Bland College.
If you already have an approved associate's degree from a VCCS college or Richard Bland College, your credits may satisfy ODU's lower division general education requirements.
General College Credits
We'll help you through the admissions process, no matter where you earned your credits.
We'll provide you with an unofficial transfer evaluation before you apply and help you with the application.
In addition to our hands-on support, Monarch TRANSFERmation is a tool that lists equivalencies for all courses that transfer to ODU from any U.S. college or university. If your courses aren't listed, contact us with the form above for an unofficial transfer evaluation.
Guaranteed Admission with +ODU Partner Institutions
We offer bachelor's degrees with a guaranteed admission pathway. Earn an associate's degree from a +ODU partner college, and you can gain guaranteed acceptance into ODU to complete your bachelor's degree.
+ODU partners include the Virginia Community College System, select colleges in Washington state, and Yavapai College in Arizona.
Contact us to discuss these transfer-friendly college degrees.
Military Service Members and Veterans
We have dedicated enrollment coordinators for military and veteran students, to meet your specific needs. They have the experience and knowledge to answer your questions about:
- bachelor's degrees that complement military training
- completing your degree while you're deployed
- credit for military training or experience
- applying your benefits, like tuition assistance