Poster Printer Guidelines, Policy, and Form Please select a box to begin:View printer policyView guidelinesFill out the NSU Poster Requisition FormPolicyUse of the Library's poster printer is solely for: 1) Students who are: -Participating in University Research Week -Participating in other on-campus official research functions such as Undergraduate Humanities Symposium Honors Thesis Research Symposium -Participating in verified off-campus research competitions 2) Academic faculty's external scholastic presentations 3) Support the University Library's mission Nicholls faculty and students who need to have a poster printed in order to participate in research presentations should complete the NSU Poster Requisition Form. For those poster printing needs that cannot be served through the Library, the Office of University Printing and Design Services is available. http://www.nicholls.edu/printing/ * Please note that only one poster is permitted for each student or group. Please be sure to thoroughly review the poster design and content prior to giving approval to print to Library staff.GuidelinesThe printer is not available for general classroom assignments. Appointments for printer use are available Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. In order to print, you must complete the NSU Poster Requisition Form. Once you submit the form, please call (985) 448-4635 to schedule an appointment. Reservations for printing must be made 48 hours in advance. Request for printing not made 48 hours in advance can be denied due to prior staff commitments. We strongly encourage you to make your reservations at least 72 hours in advance. Please allow 30 minutes for completion of the poster. Microsoft Publisher and PowerPoint ® Presentations will be accepted for printing. The file dimensions must be set to the dimensions of the intended final print size. Please bring the following items with you for your appointment: Your poster file stored on a USB "thumb drive" or a CD (please test the CD’s readability before you bring it over to the library). We recommend you bring a cardboard or plastic storage/mailing tube or plastic trash bag to protect your finished poster when you take it from the building. The Designated Operator assisting you will open your PowerPoint or Publisher file on the computer. Both of you will preview the document’s format to make sure that it will print properly and appear as you expect. Please review your poster carefully before your appointment so that time is not wasted unnecessarily with making corrections. You are responsible for the poster’s content and layout. Once you are satisfied with the document’s appearance, you will then approve printing by the Designated Operator. The ink should dry fairly quickly, but that depends on factors such as your poster background (i.e., white color versus something that uses a mix of colors). Also, please check your poster carefully before you handle or roll-up the poster in order to avoid smudging it. And remember - this is a shared facility. Space is limited and the room must be kept uncluttered. Do not plan on leaving posters in the room overnight. We do not have equipment for laminating posters. Kinko’s and several other companies offer this service (at a significant cost). * Please note that only one poster is permitted for each student or group. Please be sure to thoroughly review the poster design and content prior to giving approval to print to Library staff.Poster Requisition FormName*FirstLastEmail*Status*FacultyStudentFaculty Advisor*FirstLastDepartment*I am participating in...*University Research Weekother on-campus official research functionsverified off-campus research competitionI am participating in...*external scholastic presentationsUniversity Research WeekEvent*Date of the event*MMDDYYYYLocation of event*NameThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.