International Faculty and Scholar Resources
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Off Campus Rental web sites
Short-Term Leases (3 months – 11 months) for Visiting Scholars are currently available at The Holly apartment complex.
2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms - $579 per bedroom
3 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms - $509 per bedroom
4 bedrooms / 4 bathrooms - $499 per bedroom
Interested scholars or TTU hosting department representatives should contact email@example.com with inquiries.
The number to call for questions regarding city services (trash, lost animals, pay a bill, etc). 311
Summer camps/activities for children
The Office of International Affairs strongly encourages you to contact the following organizations, if you are interested about presenting about your culture/home country in the Lubbock community and on campus. These organizations would love have an opportunity to learn from you.
- K-12 Global Education Outreach - Charles Olivier, K-12 Teacher.
- Lubbock Lions Club -Club Contact Email
- Lubbock Rotary Club - Web page for contacting the club
- Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) - Organization Contact Email
- Other clubs in Lubbock
On occasion visiting scholars are asked to provide English translations of documents in their native language. The certification that a translation is accurate, in most cases, can be done by anyone who speaks both languages.
In some cases, in order to be sure a document is accurate, the entity that requires the translated document may require that a professional translator or translating service be utilized. These companies can be found easily through a search on the internet.
Note: Most US government agencies, including the Department of State and the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, do not require that a translation be done by a professional translator or translating service.
While it is not required, you may chose to have a translation notarized. However, you must understand that a notary can only acknowledge/notarize a statement by the translator that he/she has accurately translated a document from the original language into English. A notary cannot/does not confirm that the translation is accurate.