Students have several options for poster printing as well as poster quality. Posters may be printed on non-glossy regular paper, which is acceptable for Intersections ((and sustainable!). However, if you are planning to present your poster off-campus, you may want to print on glossy laminated paper. SOURCE recommends that you discuss with your mentor to find out whether s/he has expectations regarding poster quality. Printing costs are not covered by SOURCE.
The following locations offer printing services:
- The Kelvin Smith Library: Staff members are available during regular business hours to help with literature research, poster production and poster printing.
- Student Activities and Leadership: Offer plain paper color poster printing. They require one week’s notice.
- think[box]: Self-service plain and glossy paper poster printing.
- FedEx Kiosk in Thwing (CWRU Printing Services).