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The current 24-hour turnaround for copy requests remains in place and the process is straightforward. Faculty are asked to either bring copy requests to the support center (Carolina Coliseum Room 120) or email copy requests to This will allow for more than one person to receive the request to ensure it is addressed in a timely fashion.

When dropping off (or emailing) a copy request, faculty will be asked if they prefer to pick up their copy job or have it delivered. If delivery is desired, the faculty member will be asked to provide contact information.

If a faculty member has a preferred time for delivery, he or she should inform the support center personnel at that time the request is made (in person or via email) or by contacting the support center at a later time to schedule delivery. The daily delivery times are 9 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.

If the faculty member is not available to receive delivery at the desired time, he or she may pick up the copy request at the support center. Faculty will always be able to pick up copy jobs in the support center between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Juli Wymer, Printing Manager
Academic Support Center, Room 120
Carolina Coliseum (Park Street side)
701 Assembly St.
Columbia, SC 29208

Please complete one form per copy request.

Copy Request Form

Original materials for printing may be hard-copy delivered to the Academic Resources Center or in PDF format via email.
Please use the project description in the title of the email to,

The Office of Special Events must be notified in advance of any Moore School event including external guest speakers. This applies to both in-person and virtual events held on- or off-campus.

Policies and guidelines all in one place.
All Moore School faculty and staff who wish to order promotional giveaways for guests or students are required to work with the Office of Special Events.

The Moore School has an in-house IT team that provides computer support services to faculty and staff. Services include the purchase and setup of computer equipment, audio-visual equipment and virtual desktops. The Office of IT also provides consulting services for IT-related projects throughout the business school and serves as the first point of contact of for faculty, staff and graduate students. IT staff members are trained to handle a variety of issues and give service in a professional and prompt manner, enabling the members of the college to fulfill their roles within the university. Please note that undergraduate student IT issues are handled through university Division of Information Technology.

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