Poster and printing services are available through the Learning Resources Center on the first floor of the Hilton C. Buley Library. The LRC is open limited hours due to limited staffing available. Refer to the hours listed on the right or call the LRC staff for more information.
Making a Request
1. Create the poster in MS Publisher, MS PowerPoint, or Adobe Photoshop. Files created in other programs should be saved as PDF. Be sure the dimensions of the file match the requested dimensions of the poster (i.e. 24" x 36", etc.) See our Poster Tips section if you need help.
2. Either use the Online Form or the print form (available at the Circulation/Check Out Desk). When using the print form, complete the information in the ABOUT and REQUEST sections.
3. In person: Visit the LRC during business hours and complete the print form (unless the online form is already submitted) and drop off a flash drive with the poster file. Label the flash drive with your name and contact information clearly visible.
Files will be printed as delivered. If changes are required, please contact the LRC to cancel your request and submit a new request.
Terms of LRC Services
1. Poster and printing services may be paid by check or HootLoot. Make checks payable to" "SCSU" with "Account # 577250" in the memo.
2. Departmental Banner accounts may be used for academic and University-related purposes only.
3. Posters will be made within five business days of receipt of request form and valid poster file. Equipment repairs or limited supply of materials may occasionally cause delays. Large volume orders (e.g. five or more requests at a time) require a minimum of two weeks' notice.
4. All original copy and layout for posters must be done by the requestor. Library staff are not able to make adjustments to poster design or modify requests. If changes are required, please contact the LRC to cancel your request and submit a new request.
5. Be sure to use the current University standard version for all software. Version differences may result in formatting errors. We recommend that you check your file on a University Windows computer before submitting.
6. You are responsible for following copyright laws, academic honesty policies, and all other applicable regulations.