Copy and Print Services now accepting orders for Augusta University-branded printed materials

Need a quick print for an upcoming poster session? Slow to get your new Augusta University-branded business cards? Need stationery with the new university and health system logos?

The Copy and Print Center, home to the university’s in-house Copy and Print Services team, is fully equipped to handle all of the university’s printing needs.

Steve Nunn, manager of Copy and Print Services, said the center has added a number of new services, equipment and staff to better handle university and health system demand.

“We recently upgraded to a newer color production printer with a Fiery Controller to help with color matching, and we’ve added a new envelope printer and a new letter folder and inserter to help departments with mailers,” Nunn said. “We also rehired a retired employee, Virginia Thompson, to help with typesetting, and we’ve consolidated to one email address for order submissions.”

Some of the services offered by Copy and Print Services include: Design and layout, typesetting, the production of full-color process proofs, business cards, letterhead and envelopes. A full list of services available can be found here.

To submit an order electronically, include your request in an email to For more information about electronic submission, click here.

For more information about services offered, visit the Copy and Print Services website.


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Nick Garrett is a communications coordinator in the Division of Communications & Marketing at Augusta University. Contact him at 706-446-4802 or

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