Welcome to the University of Exeter print production service. We offer advice, printing services and merchandise supply for staff, students and members of the public. We use a wide range of paper types and finishing to meet your printing needs.
Please submit your orders through our online Print on Demand portal by using the links below.
Use this link for any work internal to the University of Exeter and student submissions. You will need to log in with single sign on ID.
Use this link if you are not part of the University of Exeter or are submitting private work.
If you would like to discuss any of the print options available, or have any questions, we are happy to talk through any of the services that we offer to find the best option for you.
Email: email@example.com Phone: 01392 (72) 3068
Address: University of Exeter, Northcote House, The Queen's Drive, Exeter EX4 4QJ
Temporary lockdown hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 08:30-15:00
We provide a range of products to staff, students and members of the public including:
- Flyers, posters and postcards on a range or specialist paper and card
- Large format posters (up to A0), banner and board printing
- Large volume black and white and colour copying
- Dissertation and thesis binding
- Module reading packs and student resources
- University branded merchandise, business cards and stationery
- Duplicate and triplicate pads
- Menus and placecards
- Copier paper, colour paper and card
An A-series guide is available to download here.
Bespoke branded merchandise such as notepads, t-shirts, pens and keep cups can be ordered for specific events or campaigns. We work with a number of suppliers to provide the best products and value for the university. Priority is also given to providing products from the most sustainable sources.
We deliver to University of Exeter campuses or work can be collected from us at Northcote House, Streatham campus.
All of the paper we use is at least 100% Forestry Standards Commission certified and where possible 100% recycled. The University of Exeter is also part of the Carbon Capture programme where we capture the CO₂ from the manufacture and distribution of the paper that we purchase by planting trees all over the UK.
We are also proud to support the work of the Woodland Trust, the UK’s largest woodland conservation charity.
Cardboard and plastic are recycled on site. Any paper wastage is recycled using secure waste bags and disposed of responsibly through selected contractors.