Printing and Copying

Printing and Finishing Services

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Wide Format

Posters, Banners, Stickers, and more

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Online Storefront

Business Cards, Stationery, and More

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Mailing

Bulk and Direct Mailing Services

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Why Choose UI Printing and Mailing Services?

Contact us before you begin your printing or mailing project. We can guide you through the process from start to finish, saving you time and money. We are your one-stop shop when it comes to all your printing and mailing needs, helping you do MORE with LESS!

Exceptional Value

  • Easy ordering
  • Competitive pricing
  • High quality
  • Quick turnarounds
  • Attention to detail
  • Excellent customer service
  • Guaranteed satisfaction

Get it right! Printing Services adheres to rules and regulations concerning:

  • Use of recycled paper
  • Copyrights
  • University of Iowa brand and identity guidelines
  • Equal opportunity statements

All University of Iowa printing and copying must go through UI Printing Services. Please see the UI Operations Manual for more information about this policy.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

All University of Iowa printing and copying must go through UI Printing Services. Please see the UI Operations Manual for more information about this policy.

Every print job is different, and the specifications and quantity needed will both impact the turn around time for a project. We understand at times jobs need to be completed very quickly so we will work with you to meet your deadlines, but planning ahead can help ensure a smoother project overall. Please feel free to contact us directly with any questions related to your specific printing or mailing project.

Our main hours of operation are 8:00am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday.

Typically a PDF, using the "High Quality Print" setting for output is the best option. You can also send your files native in the format native to the application you created them in, e.g. Adobe InDesign. 

See our Printing How Tos page for a guide on converting a Power Point file (or other Microsoft files) to a print ready PDF. 

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