Copy is considered original* work that is prepared by the customer and is run on high-speed digital copiers. It is usually classroom type copying and is printed on standard 20# paper stock that requires only collating, stapling and/or hole punching. Some cutting and folding work may be involved.
Copy orders can be submitted online through Digital StoreFront (DSF).
Copy projects** can include:
*MAKING COPIES OF COPYRIGHT MATERIAL: A release from the publisher must accompany all copyrighted material.
**For larger quantities, sometimes it’s possible to save money by having the project printed on the presses (Custom Printing) instead of making color copies!
Early and Late Drop-off
Copy Jobs After Hours (6–8 a.m. & 5–8 p.m.)
Customers can drop off copy jobs inside the Incoming Print slot located inside the Reprographics lobby. Make sure to insert the requisition and print into the provided Incoming Print envelopes.
Mail (deadline is 4 p.m.)
Mail can be placed in the Mail Drop-off bin inside Reprographics lobby. Deadline for mail is 4 p.m. Any mail placed in this bin after 4 p.m. will not be processed until the following business day. If you need mail processed after the 4 p.m. deadline, please hand your mail directly to mailroom personnel.
Digital StoreFront (DSF)
Digital StoreFront (DSF) brings a full-service copy center directly to your computer. Users can submit, proof, and track their copy orders through DSF.
For questions about DSF, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Download the DSF Startup Flyer [PDF] for information setting up your account and installing the print driver.
As a reminder DSF is for COPY jobs. Any jobs requiring design and custom print must be submitted with a Custom Print Requisition [fillable PDF].