Consultation, printing, and online scheduling makes poster creation easy for your class project, conference presentation, GIS map or personal artwork/photography project. KSL has a large format printer located in the Freedman Center (1st floor) and the expertise to share with you so you can have an excellent finished product!
NEW: Register for a free 1-hour workshop on Nov. 21st to learn the "Basics of Making a Research Poster" through our CaseLearns program!
Printing is available by scheduling an appointment online OR by using our drop-off printing service! You can drop off your ready to print file in-person at the Freedman Center and it will be printed within 48 hours!! Payment should be made when you pick-up your printed poster. Please note that we currently DO NOT accept credit or debit card payments.
The large format printer in the CSGD may be used by any member of the CWRU community, including ALUMNI for map and poster printing. Research posters, artwork, photography, signage, and personal poster projects are acceptable. Appointments are available between 9:00am-5:00pm, (please check the Appointment Calendar for available days/times) or you may use the Freedman Center drop-off service.
If you do not have a CWRU, CIA, or CIM ID you will not be permitted to print here. The only exceptions are visiting student researchers.
KSL also offers lamination services. This service is by appointment only, and can be done for smaller posters and signs 24" wide or less. See Payment Details below for more information.
Poster Printing or Laminating Appointment Details:
Payment Details & Pricing:
Pricing varies by size and background color. Payment must be made when you pick up your poster or at the conclusion of your printing appointment: cash, check, CaseOneCard (CaseCash deduction from your account), or Case SpeedType number (department/project account number). NO CREDIT or DEBIT CARDS.
More than just a printing service, KSL offers staff that is experienced in creating posters! You'll benefit from guidance on what fonts are effective, what elements work on large format posters, and assurance that the final resolution is correct for your project.