Print & Copy Services is part of the University Relations and Communications division.
The department is made up of several sub-departments including a Print Shop, Copy Center, Departmental Copier Lease Program, and Public Self-Service Copiers.
Governed by state statutes, Print & Copy Services is responsible for producing all printing and copying for the University as well as reviewing all requests for purchase/lease of graphic equipment.
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If you know the specific person you want, find their contact information below.
Print Specialists located in the USR building are available to discuss all your project needs and provide options which will best meet your time and budget constraints while making sure state regulations are followed.
To discuss your print project and/or get general information, contact:
Charlie Licht, Print Specialist
To discuss your copy job, contact:
Chris Schmid, Copier Operations Supervisor
John Alioto, Computer Printing Technician
To discuss leasing a copier or printer for your department, contact:
Tinnisha Goudy, Lease Program Coordinator
To discuss file preparation questions, contact:
Barb Reblin, Pre-press/Production Artist
To discuss public copiers/purchasing a copy debit card, contact:
Ian Smith, Printer/Copier Lease Program
To discuss billing questions, contact:
Marilynn Ward, Business Support Specialist
To discuss anything else about Print & Copy Services, contact:
Linda Bettler, Print & Copy Services Manager
Brian Albrecht, Shop/Lead Press Operator
John Alioto, Shop/Press Operator
Patrick Carey, Distribution & Supply Specialist
George Weber, Shop/Press Operator
All state agencies have been required to use recycled stock since 1990. In addition, most stocks Print & Copy Services uses are FSC certified as well. The UWM Print Shop has been in the process of changing all of the inks used for offset printing over to vegetable-based inks. The 4-color DI press has an environmental friendly footprint compared to traditional 4-color offset printing, and the equipment used to make metal printing plates uses a thermal process thereby eliminating the need for any chemistry.