Campus print shop best deal for students
Ricoh copy center replaces Clicks!
Published: Thursday, August 30, 2012
Updated: Thursday, August 30, 2012 17:08
Ricoh Copy Center in the Tivoli is a full-service, one-stop print shop.
This summer Clicks! was replaced by Ricoh printing services. According to print specialist Zack Martinson, students are inundating their office with orders.
“It’s been pretty slammed in here for the first two weeks [of class],” he said. “Most of our business is coming from the bookstore and faculty in big quantities.”
In addition to placing overnight purchase orders at Ricoh, quick, walk-in print jobs are always welcome. “It varies sometimes how the turnaround goes,” he said. “Sometimes it’s 24 hours, but you can walk in if it’s just a few copies.”
Ricoh prints on multiple mediums, including glossy paper, cardstock, and poster board, as well as offers full color or black and white prints. Resumes, transparencies, and stationery—Ricoh can work with it all. Should students not be exactly sure about paper weight, color, and durability, Ricoh’s staff is knowledgeable.
“Last year I made some charts at Clicks! for a presentation. I haven’t had a need to do so this year yet, but if I do that’s the first place I’ll go,” said Metro marketing major Tyler Clark.
Like the lunch and information lines during the mid-day rush, Ricoh experience their busiest hours as well.
“We’ve been extremely busy starting 9 a.m. and it usually starts to die down around 3 p.m.,” he said. “When everybody is going to lunch, they come through here.”
Students that used Clicks! services during previous semesters can expect the same services and competent prices from Ricoh. “I noticed the sign had changed when I came back from summer break,” said CU Denver sophomore Becky Zentz. “I used Clicks!; I’ll probably use [Ricoh] if I need something fancy printed.”
Ricoh also acts as an alternate retail selection of general office supplies such as staplers, rulers, and pens in addition to the bookstore.
Martinson said that with the combination of convenience and price, Ricoh Copy Center is the best choice for student print needs. “We have everyone [of all majors] come through here,” he said. “We’re more reasonably priced than Kinko’s or Office Max. Plus we’re conveniently close.”
For purchase orders and bulk printing details call into Ricoh or email store manager Jacke Kinsella at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tivoli 211, (303) 556-3702
Mon–Thurs. 7:30 a.m.–6:30 p.m.,
Fri. 7:30, Sat. 10 a.m.–3 p.m.