- Location: Catherine Dixon Roland Student Center, Room 113
- E-mail: Print and Mail Services, email@example.com
- Phone: (334) 833-4425
- College Fax: (334) 833-4486
- Fall and Spring Semesters: Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.– 5:00 p.m.
- Summer Hours: 7:30 a.m.– 4:00 p.m.
- Closed: Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, Spring Break, Memorial Day, and July 4
The Print & Mail Services Center offers black-and-white and color printing and copying, and is able to print your documents directly from either e-mail, USB flash drive, or CD. The following software is supported: Open Office, Adobe Acrobat (PDF), Adobe PageMaker, Adobe PhotoShop, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Microsoft Word. These services are available to students, faculty, and staff.
You may submit documents for printing by bringing a USB flash drive to the Print and Mail Services Center or by attaching the file to an e-mail and sending to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the body of the e-mail you must inform the Print & Mail Services Center personnel of the following:
- your name;
- account number, if you are faculty or staff;
- account name, if you are faculty or staff;
- number of copies;
- Color or Black & White;
- paper color;
- sensitivity (may this document be printed by a student worker or by a staff member only?); and
- special instructions.
- If you are a student, you will pay when you pick up.
Prices are posted in the Print & Mail Services Center and are subject to change. Per printed page:
- Black ink on white paper, $.05
- Black ink on color paper (colors subject to availability), $.10
- Color ink on white paper, $.30 per page
- Comb binding is available at the cost of $1.50 per booklet.
- Laminating is available at a cost of $0.50 per foot.
- Single pages can be folded at a cost of $0.01 per sheet.
The Print & Mail Services Center stocks paper and ink cartridges that can be charged to your department or purchased by check or cash (for individuals/students). The Print & Mail Services Center carries a variety of paper colors and ink cartridges. If you have a need for a paper color or ink cartridge not stocked in the Print & Mail Services Center, some supplies can be ordered. Visit the Print & Mail Services Center for more information.
The Print and Mail Services Center receives mail, packages, and faxes. Mail is distributed to mailboxes daily. Packages are logged in and available for pick-up in the package room during office hours. Faxes are received by the campus fax machine and placed in the mailboxes as they are received.
The Print and Mail Services Center will also send mail or packages out via the U.S. Postal Service, UPS, and FedEx. Prices are determined by the carrier used.
There is a daily mail delivery to campus departmental offices, usually before 2:00 p.m. Faculty may request that packages be delivered during the day.
Your mailing address at Huntingdon College is:
- Student Name, Huntingdon College
- Box #, 1500 E. Fairview Avenue
- Montgomery, AL 36106
There’s nothing better than packages from home!
Every full-time day campus resident is assigned a campus mailbox and given a mailbox key for access to the box. College mailboxes are located in Catherine Dixon Roland Student Center lobby, near the corridor for the Print and Mail Services Center. Check your box regularly, as this is one of the official means of communication for Huntingdon students. You will receive your box number and key when you check in as a new student. If you are a commuter student you may request a mail box. If you have moved off campus you may keep your mail box.
If you receive a package that won’t fit in your mailbox, a red slip will be placed in your box. Go to the Print and Mail Services Center during office hours to retrieve your package. You must present the red slip to retrieve your package.
Graduating students must turn in their keys and provide a forwarding address to the mailroom staff. Graduates who do not return their keys before Graduation will be charged a fee of $50, which will be refunded if the key is returned by July 1. If the key is returned after July 1 you will not receive a credit to your account. The graduate’s mail will be forwarded for 90 days from the date of Commencement.
Students returning in the fall may have their mail forwarded during the summer months by request and providing a forwarding address. Mail will stop being forwarded the Monday before classes start in the fall semester.
The charge for a replacement key is $50. To order a replacement please go to the Print & Mail Services Center. The student’s account will be charged for the replacement. You will be emailed when your replacement mail key has arrived in the Print & Mail Services Center, Rm 113.
Students who withdraw from the College must turn in their mail keys before leaving campus or be charged $50. Keys may be returned to the Print & Mail Services Center, Rm 113 Roland Student Center, or the Office of Student Financial Services.