TTUHSC Printing Center is available to print all products including posters, patient brochures, Rx pads, etc. We can laminate or print on syntheic materials that can be cleaned if needed.
WHO WE ARE
The Printing Center at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center provides printing, copying, and bulk mailing services to the institution and other components of the Texas Tech University System. We also print for local and county governments, University Medical Center, and related and affiliated organizations.
PressWise® is our online program for ordering, estimating and tracking. For more complex projects, please contact a Printing Center Customer Service Representative; Pat Dunn, Melynda Crouch, Shannon Gutz, or Melinda Cavazos.
Need a giveaway for an event? Need recognition awards? The Printing Center is a licensed distributor for promotional items. Thousands of items are available through our website, or contact Melynda Crouch.
WHAT WE DO
Full Service copy center for black ink and full-color digital printing, finishing and binding.
Full-Color posters, banners and signs, including foldable posters and yard signs. We can print on most imaginable materials, including canvas, adhesive vinyl, and window cling.
Preparation of on and off campus mailings including mail list formatting and sorting for reduced rates and faster delivery from the postal service (USPS).
University stationery including business cards, invitations, letterhead, envelopes and notepads.
Books, booklets, brochures, flyers, forms, exams and newsletters.
Web to print software for convenient ordering.
Project consultation and cost estimates.
Plus, we offer quick turnaround, convenient and complimentary pickup and delivery service to campus buildings and can bill to your FOP.
Monday - Friday, 8:00a.m. – Noon & 1:00p.m. – 5:00p.m.
Closed on TTUHSC Holidays.
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Building, Room BC351 MAP
3601 4th Street STOP 9003 | Lubbock, Texas 79430-9003
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