GRADUATE STUDENT EXCHANGE POLICY BETWEEN THE COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY AND ODU
The registrars at Old Dominion University and the College of William and Mary will each register students in all departments in the College of Sciences (Old Dominion) and the School of Marine Science (William and Mary) for courses at the other institution, if the student presents a properly signed form listing the course(s) to be taken at the other institution.
The exchange will be honored in both regular sessions and in summer sessions, and will apply to graduate students at the master's, certificate of advanced study, and doctoral levels at both institutions.
The student must have completed prerequisites for the course(s) for which he/she registers. Core curriculum requirements must be met at the home institution. Elective courses and departmental requirements may be satisfied through exchange courses, but approval is required from the student's department. If a particular course is offered at the home institution, it may not be taken for credit at the other institution. All credits earned will be considered as resident credit at the home institution for degree purposes.
The tuition and fees are determined and retained by the student's home institution.