Day Translations, Inc. and Arizona State University (ASU) have recently formed an alliance. The partnership means that all university staff and students will receive a discount on the full range of our language services, including translation and interpretation.
Through its alliance with ASU, the largest public university by enrolment in the United States, Day Translations will grant a 10% discount on every translation and interpretation request from anyone with a vocational or educational association with the university. We are honored to offer our premium brand of professional and expert language services to one of America’s foremost institutions.
Our services will be especially helpful to the University’s international members, including incoming freshmen, current students, and staff/faculty members. Day Translations’ comprehensive suite of language services delivers essential requirements, such as document translations, certified translations, and immigration and passport assistance, at the time that you need them. Moreover, we are qualified to help you with your academic evaluations and transcript translations.
Here are the services we can provide to the students, faculty, and staff of ASU:
Arizona State University is a public research university with 16 schools and colleges distributed across four campuses: the main and original campus in Tempe, Phoenix; Downtown Phoenix campus; West Campus in Northwest Phoenix; and the Eastern Mesa Polytechnic campus
In 2013, ASU consisted of 3,095 academic staff and a total enrolment of 76,771, with more than 13,000 students residing on campus. In 2012-2013, 6,474 international students originated from 118 countries.
At Day Translations, we are interested in trivia about places and events, so we are sharing some highlights from the State of Arizona:
Numerous high-profile personalities are from Arizona, such as Steven Spielberg, Stewart Udall, David Spade, Sandra Day O’Connor, John McCain, Wyatt Earp, Geronimo, Cesar Chavez, Tanya Tucker, Linda Ronstadt, Stevie Nicks, Glenn Campbell, Cochise, Joan Ganz Cooney, Zane Grey, and Helen Hull Jacobs.