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High school applicants are selected for admission to the University on the basis of their overall academic record, including high school recommendations. Applicants must present sixteen units of academic credit from high school. The level of academic competition and the number of available spaces in the entering class influence actual minimum requirements for admission. Official results of the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or the American College Test (ACT) must be submitted by anyone applying for freshman status and for transfer students having less than twenty-four semester hours of college credit.

Prospective transfer students must have official transcripts of all previous college work completed forwarded to the University as part of the application materials. For information and forms concerning application to the University, contact the Office of Admissions, Old Administration Building Room 108, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA 23529-0050, (757) 683-3637. Detailed on-line information on the Old Dominion University's Admission procedures, Guideline, etc. is also available.