Print Management Program
Print and Publication
A new print program has been formed that allows the University to operate more effectively and preserve the graphic identity and standards.
All print projects should be initially reviewed to determine whether they can be done with e-mail, social media, or other non-print applications.
If any project needs to be printed you must chose from the mandated printer list. If the printers cannot meet your needs, please complete the Print Management Exception Request Form and send it to your P1 representative for approval. Please note: In order to obtain approval from your P1, the mandated printers must not have the capabilities of the the print project you are requesting.
EAGLE PRINT services is the contracted supplier for all standard University stationery, business cards, and envelopes. www.bc.edu/eagleprint
Only orders by approved printers, under $5000 can be charged to your p-card.
Orders $5000 or more must be competitively bid by Procurement Services and issued a Purchase Order. Contact: Cecilia McClay
More information on the program and forms:
NEW Workshop: Eagle Print Services will be offering an information session on:
Designing Print Files to Make a Good Impression. There will be tips offered on creating effective designs and following Boston College's branding standards. This session will be held in Carney Room 206 on November 13, 2014 (10:30 am-11:30 am) and on November 20, 2014 (3:30 PM-4:30 PM). RSVP to: Nate at email@example.com
Workshop Series: Presentation Notes
How to Save Postage on Your Next Mailing: Great tips on postage savings from JLS Mailing Services.
Developing Smart Publications: Consider goals and objectives in determining communication needs. Examine the various messaging vehicles to reach your target audience. Delve into planning, scheduling, and budgeting.
Offset or Digital Printing? Learn which conditions make digital or offset printing more cost effective and how quantity may determine the process.
Tips on How to Reach your Targeted Audience: How to determine if print projects have successful outcomes and how to improve results.