*NOTE: We are currently experiencing significant delays due to staff shortage and urgent campus audio/video needs. Fulfillment may take up to five business days*
If you are submitting on behalf of a department (ie: you're a student worker or grad assistant) we require written approval from the department administrator prior to your first submission.
For orders you will be paying for, please select "001-NazBucks/Pay at Pickup" for site and account.
For up to date pricing and material availability, please visit: https://www2.naz.edu/media-resources/
Normal turnaround time is two business days.
Faculty and staff may submit jobs for departmental charge back only.
Pay@Pickup print services are for currently enrolled students and is intended for the printing of materials for academic projects.
Note that we CANNOT print textbooks or ANY copyrighted material.*
All print requests are subject to approval.
We accept personal checks and NazBucks as payment from students only.
Finished orders may be picked up at the Technology & Media Service Desk during Library hours.
Note: For printing and copying, the costs are based on quantity of impressions per original, per submission.
An original is one page in the set of what is being printed or duplicated.
For instance, if you have a 5-page single sided document to print, you have 5 originals.
If you have a 5 page double sided document to print , you have 10 originals.
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*It is the policy of Nazareth College to comply with all laws and regulations governing the use of copyrighted materials.
Copyright infringement most commonly occurs as a result of the copying of printed material or documents.
The holders of the copyright have the exclusive right to authorize the reproduction of any intellectual property.
Substantial civil and criminal penalties may be imposed for copyright infringement.
There are certain circumstances under which it is permissible to reproduce copyrighted works without the permission of the copyright owner.
Please make sure that all your photocopying requests meet these Fair Use Guidelines.