Copying, Printing and Mailing Service
Patricia Herbster, Manager of Copy Centers, firstname.lastname@example.org
6555 Penn Avenue, 412-268-5772
Maureen Kowalski, Supervisor Tepper Copy Center, Kowalski@andrew.cmu.edu
Tepper School, Room 18, 412-268-2281
Copy Centers offer the latest technology in document reproduction services utilizing high-speed equipment with full color capabilities. Services include black & white and color copies, brochures, course packets, flyers, posters, scanning, self-service digital copiers, thesis printing, transparencies, and various finishing options.
You can order online using WebCopy. WebCopy accepts files up to 100MG and most standard file formats. If you have hard copy files, you can still go online, fill out a form to request pick up of your originals. The site is secure so confidential documentation can be safely submitted via WebCopy. To get started using WebCopy, go to https://webcopy.campusservices.cmu.edu/ and log in with your Andrew ID and password.Copy Centers accept cash, checks, departmental charges, and PlaidCa$h.
University Center - Lower Level
General Inquiries: 412-268-3737, email@example.com
FedEx Office is located in the University Center on the lower level. FedEx Office products and services include high-speed copying and printing; digital oversize; production of signs and banners; production of office supplies including business cards, letterhead and envelopes; binding and finishing services; presentation and brochure creation; general mailing assembly and coordination and offset services. To place an order you may visit the lower level of the University Center, contact FedEx Office to schedule a pick-up or simply submit an on-line order. FedEx Office accepts cash, checks, departmental charges, and MasterCard or Visa.
Printing and Mailing Services
Dan Tyson, Manager of Printing & Mailing Services, firstname.lastname@example.org
6555 Penn Avenue, 412-268-2970
Printing and Mailing Services (P&MS) is Carnegie Mellon University's official full-service printing & mailing department. From business cards, letterheads and envelopes, to flyers, posters, newsletters and direct mail pieces, Printing and Mailing Services is a one-stop source for printing and mailing needs offered at the best prices available. Free pick-up and delivery. Printing and Mailing Services accepts cash, check and departmental charges. Students can also payfor business cards online with credit cards.
Ray Perret, Manager of Postal Services, email@example.com
University Center LL, 412-268-2927
Postal Services is a sub-contracted station of the United States Postal Services (USPS). As a contract postal unit, Postal Services offers Certified, Express, Insured, Priority, Registered, and International mailing services, in addition to selling stamps, money orders, packing and shipping supplies, and offering copy and FAX services. Postal Services accepts cash, checks, departmental charges, MasterCard or Visa, and Plaid Ca$h.
Postal Services processes incoming and outgoing USPS mail, campus mail for academic departments and students, and receiving of student packages. Campus undergraduate students are assigned a Student Mail Code (SMC) that corresponds to a mailbox in the campus Post Office located on the lower level of the University Center. Post Office boxes are available for rent to graduate students, faculty, and staff. Graduate students may opt to have mail directed to their home department.
Mailboxes are used as the repository for all letter and flat mail, internal campus mail and package pickup notices. Mail may only be delivered to a mailbox in the legal name assigned to the box and may not be shared. Please visit http://www.cmu.edu/postoffice/ for additional mail information and policies.