ESU student organizations qualify for the Club Special, which includes custom design work and printing for one low package fee of $30 for flyer size and $33 for poster size prints that you can pay for it out of your organization’s funds.
You don’t have to leave campus to get professional level printing! The Graphics Center has an array of papers and media for your printing needs. From a sigle copy on economy paper to large orders, we have a production level printer and skilled staff to ready to print your creations.
Wether it’s printing your vacation photos or brochures for an outside organization you belong to, we can do the jobs that aren’t eligible for the Print Shop (in Rosenkrans.)
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Upcoming Holiday Closures:
Memorial Day, May 25, 2020
Labor Day, September 7, 2020
What We Do
SAA’s Graphics Center is a full service graphic design, color copying/printing facility.
Students, student organizations, staff and faculty may utilize the design and coping/printing services for a fee. Clients may use either our design services, our printing services or both.
Design Services are available for ESU Student Organizations and all parts of the SAA (Student Activity Association). University departments are encouraged to seek the assistance of University Relations for their design needs. As we are subsidized by the SAA, we cannot offer design services to individuals or the community.
Our printing services are open to the entire campus community. We offer color printing on paper in sizes ranging from 8.5″ x 11″ to 13″ x 19″ in a variety of paper types, and even special media like sticker, translucent vellum, transparency and magnet.
Meet Our Team
Graphics Center Supervisor
Cindy Vojnovic has been the Graphics Center Supervisor since 2003. She has extensive experience in art, graphic design, digial print production and teaching. Her favorite part of her job is mentoring student designers. She has a BFA in Painting from the School for Visual Arts in New York City, and is pursuing an MFA in Studio Art in a low-residency program at the Maryland Institute College of Art.
Hi, I’m Devin. I am currently a junior at ESU. I an art major going for my B.F.A in Integrated Art and Design, and I am also minoring in Communications. I started working at the graphics center the summer of 2016. I have always been passionate about art and am looking forward to spending a lifetime doing it.
Hello, I’m Kevin! I am a junior at ESU and I’m pursuing a BFA in Integrated Art and Design. When creating a new piece of work, I stress to myself that its cohesiveness relies heavily on how clean it appears. I create a sense of crisp cleanliness within my pieces through the thoughtful use of negative space. Graphically, I often find myself placing images or text within the negative space of other components in my design. This use of negative space creates a dynamic interaction between the viewer’s eye and my work as their gaze travels through the composition.
Check out my personal website!
Hello there! My name is Miranda Davis. I am a freshman at ESU. I’ve began working at the Graphic Center in the fall semester of 2018. I am a Graphic Design major. I plan to have a massive career as an artist. I have many plans for the future as a graphic designer, artist, writer and animator. My first step begins here.