The Experiential Learning Program assists degree-seeking students in assessing previous work experience, military training and service, volunteer activities, community service, and other kinds of training and education that has taken place outside the college classroom.
University Testing strives to meet the testing needs of Old Dominion University students, graduates, and the local community.
Experiential Learning offers three options to students seeking academic credit for college-level knowledge gained through work or life experience.
Experiential learning credit options at the undergraduate and graduate level include evaluation of workplace training, departmental examinations, and portfolio.
Testing serves as the test administration center for admissions, placement, correspondence and national testing programs.
Credit earned through experiential learning options does not count as resident credit at Old Dominion University. Thus, these credits do not apply to the minimum residency requirement of 25 percent of the total number of credits required for the degree or the credit hours required for graduation with honors or distinction.