Student Spotlight

Colleen Maher, OMS III

Class of 2021

  • Hometown: Aurora, Colorado
  • Undergraduate Studies: University of Colorado
  • Clubs and Activities: Member of the ACOFP and ACOP during the first two years at RVUCOM.

Why did you choose RVUCOM? I knew when I was applying to medical school that I wanted to go to an osteopathic program. RVU...
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Faculty Spotlight

Jean M. Bouquet, DO, FAWM

Co-Director of Urban Underserved Track
Assistant Professor of Family Medicine

  • Hometown: Rockville, MD
  • Undergraduate Studies: Bachelor of Science degree in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology from the University of Colorado, Boulder.
  • Graduate Studies: Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine

What class/classes do you teach? I teach Principles of Clinical Medicine – Year I and II, and in the...
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Print Center

The Print Center streamlines the University’s print needs. It reduces outsourcing and incorporates additional services (including business card production, poster printing, lamination, binding, and many more services). RVU employees and students are able to send their print jobs directly to the Print Center, using an online system, and pick them up at their convenience.

The Print Center is located at the Colorado campus on the second floor, inside the library. It is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. RVUCOM-SU print jobs are processed and then shipped to the Utah campus.

Print Center ordering website: https://printcenter.rvu.edu

Email: printcenter@rvu.edu

Phone: 720-874-2459

In addition to standard 8.5×11 prints, the Print Center has a variety of paper stocks and can produce print jobs from 1” x 1” up to 13” x 19”. To order prints, upload your pdf files through the Print Center website, https://printcenter.rvu.edu.

Large format printing signifies any prints that are larger than 13” x 19” and not exceeding 60” wide. For large format printing, the Print Center has regular paper, fabric paper, vinyl paper, and glossy paper options. Application of large format prints to foam board for displays is also available. To order large format printing, simply upload your pdf file through the Print Center website, https://printcenter.rvu.edu.

Research posters are submitted through the Print Center website and are paid for by the Research Department. Poster prints include a poster tube or if needed, application to foam board. Please include which option you need in the special instructions when you place the order. While sizes may vary per conference, the most commonly used research poster size is: 36×48. As such, RVU Marketing has created the following template(s) for creating your research poster. Once created and saved as a pdf, you can order the print of your poster through the Print Center website, https://printcenter.rvu.edu. It is recommended that you submit your poster file to be printed at least one week in advance.

48×36 RVU Poster Template I

48×36 RVU Poster Template II

Class manuals and additional study resources are pre-loaded and ready to order through the Print Center website, https://printcenter.rvu.edu.

RVU Marketing has created business card templates for faculty, staff, residents, and students. You can view the options and place your order through the Print Center website, https://printcenter.rvu.edu.

Custom stickers can help promote your event’s message and raise awareness. Email printcenter@rvu.edu for more information or simply upload your pdf file to the Print Center website, https://printcenter.rvu.edu and choose sticker paper as your paper option.

Vinyl banners and larger signs are a great tool for marketing your upcoming event. The Print Center can print vinyl banners and paper signs up to 60” wide. Banners and paper signs are ordered through the Print Center website, https://printcenter.rvu.edu.

University letterhead envelopes, business cards, notecards, and certificates are available through the Print Center website, https://printcenter.rvu.edu. Log in to the Print Center website for easy ordering.

Note: For employees only, office nameplate requests can be emailed to printcenter@rvu.edu.  

The Print Center collaborates with RVU Marketing to give you access to department/club/event specific brochures and handouts. Need help with the design? Contact Marketing at marketing@rvu.edu

Once your brochures and handouts have been designed, you can order the prints through the Print Center at https://printcenter.rvu.edu.

In addition to printing, the Print Center can spiral bind your books or notes, laminate your prints, fold your brochures, trim your notecards, and score your table displays. You can order these options through the Print Center website, https://printcenter.rvu.edu.

Looking for a printed copy of the Employee Handbook or the latest copy of the RVU Vista View? These items are pre-loaded and ready to order through the Print Center website, https://printcenter.rvu.edu.

Students are allotted printing funds at the beginning of the school year, which are for academic use only, non-refundable, and non-transferrable. Printing funds carry over until graduation. Students can check their print account balance by logging into the Self-Serve Printers and looking in the upper right hand corner of the printer screen.

Schedule of printing funds per academic program:

  • COM Students: $250 for Year I; $250 for Year II
  • MSBS Students: $250 for Year I
  • PA Students: $250 for Year I

Students have two options for printing at Rocky Vista University

  1. Self-Serve Printers
  2. RVU Print Center

 

Option 1: Self-Serve Printers

Self-serve printers are operated by students and maintained by the Print Center. These printers are located on the 2nd floor hallway for the Colorado Campus and in the Print Copy Room for the Utah Campus and are for standard 8.5×11 prints. These printers are available for use 24/7 and can also Copy, Scan, and Fax (outbound only).

To print to the self-serve printers, you can either download the print driver (Follow You) to your personal windows computer or log in to the library (or print copy room) computers and print to the printer called, “Follow-You” (or “Follow-You-UT”). You can then release your prints from any of the self-serve printers.

How to download the Follow You Print Driver for Printing Directly to the Self-Serve Printers (CO)

How to download the Follow You Print Driver for Printing Directly to the Self-Serve Printers (UT)

Note: Files must be submitted to the printers while on the RVU campus. Files remain in the print queue for 4 hours. Printing directly to the self-serve printers from a mac computer is not supported at this time.

Print jobs over 100 pages or print jobs requiring specialty sizes and papers should be submitted to the Print Center at https://printcenter.rvu.edu.

Please be aware that while using the Self-Serve Printers you need to be mindful of copyright laws:

The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, U.S. Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material; the person using this equipment is liable for any infringement.

 

Self-Serve Printer Hours

These printers are available for use 24/7. However, help troubleshooting issues at these machines is only available during the Print Center’s business hours of Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm.

 

Option 2: Print Center

The Print Center is an in-house print shop. Here, you can place an order for your prints online and then pick them up at your convenience. Everyday prints, as well as higher production jobs, such as research posters, banners, brochures, business cards, book binding, and lamination can be ordered through the Print Center. To order prints through the Print Center simply login to the Print Center website, https://printcenter.rvu.edu.

Print jobs over 100 pages or print jobs requiring specialty sizes and papers should be submitted to the Print Center at https://printcenter.rvu.edu.

 

Print Center Turnaround Times

Print Center orders are processed as they are received. There is a minimum four-day turnaround time for RVUCOM-SU print orders as it takes three days to ship items to the Utah Campus.

 

Print Center Hours

Monday-Friday

8:00am-5:00pm

In addition to producing print jobs submitted to the Print Center, the Print Center is available to help assist students at the self-serve printers.

Residents do not have access to the self-serve printers, but can request prints through the Print Center via their residency program coordinator.

Can you cut the binding of my book and add a spiral? How much will that cost?

Yes, we can. The price varies between $1.00-$3.50 and is based on the size of the spiral required to bind your book. You can order the spiral binding through the Print Center website, then drop your book off at the Print Center (CO Campus) or ship it to the Print Center (UT Campus).

 

Where do I pick up my prints when I get an email saying they are ready?

  • Students at the Colorado Campus may pick up their prints from the file cabinet in the library.
  • Students at the Utah Campus may pick up their prints from the file cabinet in the Print Copy Room.
  • Colorado Faculty and Staff prints are available for pick-up in the Print Center.
  • Utah Faculty and Staff, you will get an email when your prints have arrived on campus.

 

How do I find out my printing balance?

Log in to the self-serve printers and your current print account balance will be shown in the upper right corner of the screen. If you are not on campus, you can email printcenter@rvu.edu for your account balance.

 

How do I order business cards, OPP Manuals or PCM Manuals?

Go to the Print Center ordering site at https://printcenter.rvu.edu. Business cards, OPP manuals and PCM Manuals are preloaded into the Print Center ordering site for quick and easy ordering.

 

What is the Print Center turnaround time?

Print Center orders are processed as they are received. There is a minimum four-day turnaround time for RVUCOM-SU print orders as it takes three days to ship items to the Utah Campus.

For research posters, we recommend getting your file to us at least one week in advance.

 

How do I print to the self-serve printers?

The easiest way for you to print is to log in to the library or print copy room computers. Open your file and print to the printer called, “Follow You” (or “Follow-You-UT). You will then release your prints from the self-serve printers by logging into the printer with your student id number.

 

How do I add money to my printing account?

If you need to add money to your printing account, you can contact Student Financial Services. The Office of Student Financial Services is open Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm, but it might be best to email them first to set up a time to stop by.

 

Colorado Campus

Andrew Fordham
afordham@rvu.edu
720-874-2442
Office Location: A-101

 

Utah Campus

Jacob Hanberg
jhanberg@rvu.edu
435-222-1248
Office Location: C-124

 

How do I make copies or scan using the self-serve printers?

Once you log into the self-serve printer, you click on the Home button at the bottom of the printer screen. Then choose copy or scan and follow the prompts on the printer screen. Instructions for copying and scanning to email or usb flash drives are located at each of the printers.

 

Is there a charge for scanning on the self-serve printers?

Scanning uses no paper or ink, so there no charge.

 

How do I print higher production jobs?

Print jobs over 100 pages should be submitted through the Print Center at https://printcenter.rvu.edu.

In addition, print jobs requiring specialty sizes and papers should also be submitted through the Print Center. Simply upload your pdf file and choose your options through the Preview/Change Options menu.

 

Can I print directly to the Self-Serve Printers with my personal mac computer?

Unfortunately, printing directly to the self-serve printers from a mac computer is not supported at this time.

 

Do residents have access to the printers?

Residents have access to printing through the Print Center through their residency program coordinators. They do not have access to the self-serve printers.

 

Do third and fourth year COM students still have access to the printers?

Yes! Your printing funds carry over until you graduate.

 

Can unused printing money be transferred to my loan?

No, printing funds are non-transferrable and non-refundable.