Frequently Asked Questions
What is the GRE?
This is a test that is designed to predict your success in graduate study. It is very much like the ACT or SAT given in high school to predict your success in college.
When does the academic year begin?
Old Dominion University begins the academic year in the fall (August/September). Each academic year has three semesters - spring, fall and summer. However, you may enter the program at any semester.
How long will it take to finish the program?
Some of our students work while they are attending school, the length of time to complete the program is highly individual.
How much is tuition?
Are there any scholarships available?
The School of Community and Environmental Health does have a limited number of Graduate Teaching Assistantships. These are awarded on a competitive basis each semester and availability is dependent on university and college resources. For more information about Graduate Teaching Assistantships, please contact A. James English.
The Financial Aid Office can provide you with information about ODU sponsored, State sponsored or organization sponsored scholarships. For more information about Financial Aid, please click here.