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Printing services ready and available

November 18, 2009

Communications and Creative Services is continuing to provide a full range of printing services to the campus community.

The power of printing

It’s true: Communications and Creative Services  will close its campus print shop at the end of the year. Also true: The CCS team is ready, willing, and able to continue providing a full range of printing services to the campus community.

With the support of the Office of Procurement and Contracts and as outlined in the Administrative Central Publications Policy, CCS has been charged with ensuring that Colorado State’s image is upheld with quality publications that adhere to graphic standards and are available at the lowest possible price. This charge continues despite the closure of CSU’s print shop.

As the University’s central communication group, CCS personnel – primarily the communication coordinators – are continuing to serve as a dedicated resource for printing and communication requests.

Wide range of expertise

In these days of shrinking budgets, offices throughout the University are continuing to evaluate and prioritize expenditures – but Colorado State’s communications with the public remain as important as ever.

With their extensive knowledge and contacts with printing industry vendors, communication coordinators are maintaining the outstanding level of service that campus clients have come to expect and rely upon.

Fastprint, CopyRite, design, photography, web, and video services are fully available. CCS staff can assist clients with projects ranging from office forms to color newsletters or reports. Also available in addition to printing are estimating services, design and layout, copywriting, editing, publications management, advertising development, and communications in various multimedia.

The core of communications

Staying in touch with the people who play major roles in supporting the University’s mission and goals is key to persevering through these challenging times – and one of the best ways of communicating is through sharp, effective, and colorful print material.

For more details, visit Publications Coordination at CCS or call (970) 491-6432.