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The Office of International Services can, for most processes, accept a Translator’s Certification in lieu of a professional translation. Please note that this certification may not be accepted by other NC State offices or academic units. OIS reserves the right to request the applicant obtain a third-party professional translation if necessary to confirm the accuracy of the provided translation.
The Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at NC State maintains a list of faculty who offer translation services in select languages. That list can be found on their website. There are also professional companies who offer translation services but you will need to find and reach out to those companies directly.
Departmental Ambassadors are current American or International students who are knowledgeable about their respective departments. They participate in this program as volunteers to help new international students with any questions they might have as they begin their program of study at NC State. New students may contact Departmental Ambassadors with questions about courses, professors, the department, the campus, or life as a student. Your Departmental Ambassador is a valuable resource, but they are also a “friendly face” in your department. They want to help you so do not hesitate to contact them!
NOTE: Current graduate students who are interested in being Departmental Ambassadors are encouraged to contact the OIS Programs Coordinator to have their name added to this site. Also, please email any changes in your contact information to the above email address.
|Biological and Agricultural Engineering
|Stella Esmeralda da Conceicao
|Teacher Education and Learning Sciences
|Edward P. Fitts Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering
|Public Administration [in the School of Public and International Affairs]
|Graduate Student Association Contact
|Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences
|College of Textiles