Our Services

Printing Services Department

The Printing Services Department, located in the Creative Arts building on the Tonkawa Campus, is an in-plant print shop that provides Design, printing and copying services for faculty and staff of Northern Oklahoma College.

Printing authorization forms, signed by the Division Chair, the Vice President for Development and Community Relations and the Vice President for Financial Affairs must be submitted with each print job request. Printing authorization forms are available from Division Chairs and the Northern Printing Services or the Vice President for Development and Community Relations. Two weeks lead-time is necessary for all printed jobs.

Jobs submitted on disk must be saved in Microsoft Word, Adobe InDesign or Adobe PhotoShop in IBM format. All photos and artwork utilized in the fi le must be provided on the disk or usb. The Northern Printing Services can accommodate fl ash drives, DVD, and CD media. A hard copy of the material is required.

If guidelines for submitting material to be printed are not followed, Northern Printing Services cannot guarantee delivery on the specific date.

All copying jobs of more than 100 sheets and all college printed materials must be submitted to the Northern Printing Services Offi ce. Individual programs or brochures must be approved by the Vice President for Development before being prepared for distribution.


Printing

Single/Multi-Color Printing
Black/White & Color Copies
Booklets/Books
Carbonless Forms
Brochures
Business Cards
Letterhead
Envelopes
Post Cards
Posters
Note Cards
Panel Cards/Envelopes
Labels
Invitations
Programs
Newsletters
Pamphlets
Calendars
Reports

Bulk Mailing

Bulk mail services is an available option to all NOC departments. To qualify as bulk mail the mailing must meet the following criteria: minimum of 200 recipients, non-personalized mail piece, domestic mail, standard letter/postcard. Bulk mail must be indicated when submitting a print authorization form. Any questions about bulk mail services, contact the Development Office or Printing Services.


Copying Services

Copy request forms must be submitted with all copy jobs. Copy jobs for Enid should be submitted on lavender forms, jobs for Tonkawa on the white forms and jobs for Stillwater on the salmon forms. Copy request forms are available from Northern Printing Services. For regular classroom materials for the Tonkawa campus, allow three working days lead-time. For Enid and Stillwater campuses allow four working days, which includes courier time.

Study guides and/or syllabi sold through the campus Bookstores must be submitted no later than eight weeks before the delivery date. Copy request for weekend seminars should allow one work week. Emails in word format are acceptable. Email to copy@noc.edu. Maintenance will pick up and deliver fi nished jobs. Deliveries will be made to customer’s offi ce or mailbox. Most jobs will be wrapped in plain brown paper with customer’s name printed on the front. Customer may put printing/copy request forms in the Northern Printing Service mailbox or deliver them in person to Northern Printing Services. Confi dential materials should be sealed in a 9 x 12 envelope or delivered in person to Northern Printing Service.

Courier service to Enid and Stillwater is available. An extra day is required to facilitate delivery.


Graphic Design

Printing authorization forms, signed by the Division Chair, the Vice President for Development and Community Relations and the Vice President for Financial Affairs must be submitted with each print job request. Printing authorization forms are available from Division Chairs and the Northern Printing Services or the Vice President for Development and Community Relations. Two weeks lead-time is necessary for all printed jobs.

Jobs submitted on disk must be saved in Microsoft Word, Adobe InDesign or Adobe PhotoShop in IBM format. All photos and artwork utilized in the fi le must be provided on the disk or usb. Th e Northern Printing Services can accommodate flash drives, DVD, and CD media. A hard copy of the material is required.


Photography

Photography used should be carefully reviewed for the following criteria:
• The photo represents the purpose of the publication
• The photo represents the integrity of the College
• The photo does not infringe on any copyright or trademark laws; or permission has
been granted by the originator.
All photos should be no less than 300 dpi and should be in CMYK mode.
File formats suggested are:
• jpg • tif • eps
Any questions regarding photographs, contact the Photojournalist, ext. 6268.


Finishing and Binding

Cutting and Trimming
Folding
Collating
Drilling
Padding
Wrapping
Round Cornering
Perforating and Scoring
Binding (spiral, comb, glue, saddle stitching, stapling)
Envelope Stuffing and Sorting

Laminating

Up to 12 inches x 18 inches

Graphic Standards Guide