The Technology Services Output Room is dedicated to providing quality digital imaging services to the University community at affordable prices.
Contact Information and Hours
For assistance, please contact the staff person on duty at:
280 Lawrence Hall
Regular Term hours (Fall, Winter, Spring)
- Monday – Thursday: 9:00 a.m – 10:00 p.m.
- Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
- Saturday and Sunday: Noon – 6:00 p.m.
Review Week hours
During review week (which typically starts 1 week before finals week), the output room operates with extended hours. Look for information at the Output Room regarding changes to hours of operation during review week.
Between Terms and Summer Term hours
Typical between term hours are:
- Monday – Friday: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
- Saturday and Sunday: Closed
Technology Services offers self-service, pay-to-print systems at a number of self service locations in Lawrence Hall, Hendricks Hall, Romania Building, Gerlinger Hall and 942 Olive Street.
We also offer over-the-counter premium printing service using a design quality Xerox Phaser 7800GX color laser printer, with either 24lb presentation paper, transparencies or 80lb card stock. Over-the-counter printing also allows printing on customer provided media.
For more information see the Laser Printing page.
Our standard service offers quality large-format printing designed to be affordable for students. It is also a great way to produce low cost displays and signage for departments, programs and campus events.
Our premium services feature polypropylene and vinyl material for display stands, outdoor banners, light-weight indoor banners, or outdoor signage.
Draft printing provides a lower cost option so you can print and get a general representation to determine if size and scale are satisfactory. Draft printing is on light-weight paper in draft print mode. This service is perfect for printing working drawings.
For more information see the Poster Printing page.
Large format scanning up to 42 inches wide using a roll fed Colortrac SmartLF GX+ T42, which can capture 24-bit RGB Color at an optical resolution of 400 dpi, up to maximum media thickness of 0.47 inches (12mm).
For more information see the Scanning page.