The MatSE department offers poster printing and framing to members of the MatSE department only.
Please allow three business days to process request.
Monday - Friday, 7:30am - 4:00pm
To get a poster printed:
1. Please read the Poster Printing Guidelines before submitting your poster.
2. Fill out a Poster Printing Form.
3. Submit the Poster Printing Form and your poster file to Melissa Bailey in 36"x48" PowerPoint poster format (by email or thumb drive).
POSTER PRINTING GUIDELINES:
Help us get your poster to you in a timely manner and follow the guidelines below:
If your poster is too large to email, please copy it to a memory stick and give to Melissa in 121 Steidle Building.
*Poster Printing Forms are not necessary for department poster contests since the posters remain the property of the department after the contest.
2. Unless you are participating in a poster contest, you will receive an email when your poster is printed. Please stop by 121 Steidle ASAP to review your poster after receiving an email notice. You will receive a final email notice when the poster is ready to be picked up.
3. In order to maintain a unified look for the department, please use the templates to include PSU and MatSE logos for all posters. You are welcome to modify the background on the template with the Reverse Penn State logo (the white one). Logo sizes have been set to print and should not be scaled up.
4. Posters must be 36"x48" in either landscape or portrait page orientation. Posters larger than 36"x48" will not be printed.
5. No limit on file size (within reason).
6. Preferred file format is .ppt (PowerPoint), however .pdf, .eps, .ps and .ai are also acceptable. Please check with Melissa if you have something different.
7. For department poster competitions where many posters are being printed,mounted and framed, please make sure all posters are submitted at least 10 business days prior to the event date. Reminder, we will probably not be able to allow each one of you the time to review your poster after it has been printed, otherwise the process will be slowed dramatically. Posters received for printing are expected to be complete.
8. For individual posters that only need to be printed and/or laminated, submit your poster at least 3 business days prior to the date needed. For example: if you need a poster by Friday at 4pm, submit it by Tuesday at 4pm. This allows adequate time for printing and reviewing of your poster.
9. For individual posters that need to be printed AND framed, submit your poster at least 5 business days prior to the date needed. This allows for printing, reviewing, reprinting if needed and framing services. For example: if you need a poster by Friday at 4pm, submit it by the previous Friday at 4pm.
10. Please contact Melissa Bailey if you have any questions.
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