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The Office of Student Assistance
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Copying and Printing

Where and how to print your finest work


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Students have a variety of options to choose from when they need to print or make copies.
 
Printing at the Libr​ary

The Strauss Health Sciences Library has three walk-up kiosks that can be used to print or make copies. These copiers do scanning for free, and Copies are 10 cents per page for black and white or 25 cents for color. Payment can be made at the machine via credit card, or via pre-paid print card (available from a card vending kiosk located in first floor north commons). The print stations in the Strauss Health Sciences Library also accommodate wireless printing.

For full instructions on how to purchase copies from the print stations at the Strauss Health Sciences Library, refer to their instructions​.


student sits at laptop in student loungePrinti​ng Services

Printing Services, offers self-service copiers in multiple locations on campus for 10 cents/copy per black and white page (color not available).  Students must create an account with Printing Services and pre-pay before they can use them. They can do this in person at their office on the 1st floor of the Fitzsimons Building or over the phone at (303) 724-6410. Payment can be made via check, cash, or credit card.  Please note that they do not have copiers located in their main office for student use.

Printing Services maintains copiers in the following locations:

  • ​Education II North Room 2201
  • Education I Room 1501
  • Education I Room 2400
  • Research Complex I North Room 1309
  • Health Science Library Main

They also offer graphic design services and can accommodate larger printing jobs and projects, such as brochures, posters and more (with a $10.00 minimum) - reach out to them for a quote

 

Student Or​ganizations

Students making copies for student organizations should visit their program’s student affairs office for program-specific organization copies

Students should consider using the electronic technology in the classrooms to project presentations on screen for classes, and email the handouts to classmates who request the materials (or to the instructor for mass distribution and/or posting on blackboard). 

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