The Duplicating Office is located in Bernard 103. Business hours are 8:00 am-5:00pm with temporary closure from 12:00pm-1:00pm. Office staff can be reached by e-mail at email@example.com.
Submitting Duplicating Requests
- We now accept print requests via our online order form. This is the best way to submit requests to ensure we receive all the correct details.
- Original/hard copy materials can also be delivered to the Duplicating Services office, which will need to be accompanied by a Duplicating Request Form (for hard copy originals only) at the time of drop off.
All request forms must be properly and completely filled out.
- Original copies are to be clean and flat. For best results, originals should be on white paper with black ink.
- Please submit your requests for services 2-5 days before you need them. It is likely that your request will be processed sooner but, depending on the complexity of the request, some jobs may take longer.
Print Jobs 20 Pages or Less
Photocopiers are available on the second floors of Bernard Hall, Broad Center, Fletcher Hall and Scott Hall. Full time faculty are provided with an allowance of 1,500 copies for duplicating single copies of class-related, professional, and research materials. Each faculty member will be provided a 4-digit code or may request a 4-digit code of their choosing. This code will only be assigned photocopier closest to their office.
For problems with your code or to request a change, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Large Jobs and Multiple Copies
The Office of Duplicating Services provides reproduction of original copy (B&W or Color), collating and stapling of materials, binding, cutting, folding of brochures, scanning, posters, and more. For all services, please provide as much advanced notice as possible. At times their staff may not be able to meet your request if insufficient advanced notice is given.
Job request forms may be submitted through walk in and on line submissions. The request form is available here. On the form, provide specific instructions as needed (e.g., double-sided pages, collated, number of copies, etc.).
The form ahead is required for all book copy requests submitted to Duplicating: Copyright Infringement Release Form
Scanning for Sakai must stay within the allowed 10% of copy righted material. Scanning from books is a lengthy process, please allow at least 3 days for the job request to be completed. If scanning of photos is needed they need to be placed on a flash drive as well as other documents.
In order to assure compliance with federal copyright laws, Duplicating Services does not print course packets that contain copyrighted material (see Stanford’s guide for information on course packets and copyright law). Huntley Bookstore will seek permissions for copyrighted materials and make your course packets available for sale to your students with advance notice. To use this service, please contact the Text Manager at x73783 (909.607.3783).
Please allow as much time as possible to complete all requests, particularly during peak times (e.g., start of semester, mid-semester, and finals).
For further information, visit the Duplicating Services web pages or contact Duplicating Services by e-mail.