Welcome Newly Admitted Monarchs! You have made a great decision!
We are so glad you've chosen Old Dominion University and the College of Health Sciences. We are proud to provide excellent educational experiences in a quality learning environment that facilitate the development of competent, caring health professionals. Our programs are focused on generating knowledge through inquiry and discovery and through professional and community service. Our college is committed to preparing future health professionals who lead the way in providing the very best in clinical care, diagnostic testing, and protecting the health of our communities.
The College of Health Sciences Academic Advising Center made a video especially for you. The video features 7 of our most wonderful undergrads, representing 6 of our majors, discussing their inspiring experiences as a Monarch. We are very proud of our Health Sciences students. I hope you have the time to listen to their stories.
Debbie Blythe Bauman,
A recent virtual panel of students representing undergraduate majors in the College of Health Sciences. Majors represented in the video include Dental Hygiene, Health Services Administration, Medical Laboratory Science, Nuclear Medicine Technology, Nursing and Public Health. Students talk about their experiences at ODU and as students in College of Health Sciences' programs.
- (0:00-6:11) Tell us about yourself and why you chose ODU
- (6:12- 14:28) What resources does ODU offer that have been most helpful to you and why?
- (14:28-28:00) What special opportunities have you taken advantage of at ODU and how have such opportunities benefited you?
- (28:00-35:00) Why did you choose your major and what advice do you have for incoming students considering your field of study?
More from our Students!
Health Sciences Undergraduate Programs: Clinicals, Internships, Honors, Undergraduate Research, and more!
School of Nursing Students and Faculty Administer COVID-19 Vaccine
Twenty-four ODU nursing students and six School of Nursing faculty volunteered their time on Saturday, January 30, 2021 to help administer COVID-19 vaccines. They joined Sentara employees and others community volunteers at two COVID-19 vaccine clinics organized by Sentara Healthcare that were held at Norfolk Scope and the Hampton Convention Center.
Old Dominion University and Norfolk State University Receive $4 Million Grant
Sentara Healthcare announced Thursday that it has awarded a $4 million grant to Old Dominion University and Norfolk State University to help develop a regional School of Public Health. The funding is part of a $10 million community investment - the Sentara Healthier Communities Fund - which will be split into three areas of focus over a two-year period to reduce health disparities and bolster health sciences programs in Hampton Roads.
Dental Hygiene Student is Service Oriented
Noor Yahya, 26, a student in the College of Health Sciences School of Dental Hygiene, is also a cadet in the ROTC program at Old Dominion University. Her goal is to contribute to oral health and education while serving in the military as an active-duty dental officer. She also hopes to be able to use her dental expertise in her native Iraq.
Anna Davis Now Sets Her Sights on Helping Defend Against Diseases
The senior captain looks to continue her education in the field of public health after an abrupt ending to the lacrosse season