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Print Orders

We’ll connect you with expert vendors that will turn your brainstorms into fully formed print work you’ll be proud to publish and distribute. We provide consultations for custom projects, including: professional digital and offset printing, variable addressing, bulk mail preparation, bindery, and delivery services.

Print Orders

Submit all estimate requests and print orders by email:

To check the status or to report any problems with your order, email:

Please include your job number with your inquiry. When your order is complete, you will receive an email notifying you of delivery via Campus Mail.

Hours: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday
Phone: (208) 426-1269 (All messages are currently sent by email to

Our team is working a hybrid schedule, both remotely and in the office. We are currently meeting by video conference or appointment only.

Order stationery online for faculty and staff

Please complete these forms to order all standardized Boise State stationery.

Each product can be customized using Boise State approved templates, ordered in minutes, and paid for using your 16-digit department code.

About Boise State’s stationery design

Boise State’s stationery is designed for accessibility, readability and to reinforce our university brand. These systems are designed to accommodate varying lengths of addresses, department names, titles and names of people who use the materials to represent university work. Line character lengths are limited. All phone numbers, addresses and URLs are styled to align with our University Writing Style Guide. Each should use URLs and email addresses. No social media or third-party websites are allowed. 

Departments that use an official companion mark may include it on all pieces of stationery, including business cards, letterhead, envelopes. Programs that do not have a companion mark should use their college or department companion mark on letterhead and then list the program name in the body of the letter or signature line.

For more information, please visit Boise State Brand Standards.

We facilitate these products and services

Stationery and Static Items

  • Letterhead
  • Business cards
  • Envelopes
  • Notecards (packages of 25 with blank envelopes)
  • Notepads and message pads
  • Record retention forms
  • Shipping labels

Printed Products

  • Digital color printing
  • Black and white printing
  • Postcards
  • Flyers and handbills
  • Posters
  • Programs and magazines
  • Brochures and pamphlets
  • Annual reports
  • Books and booklets
  • Invitations
  • Manuscripts
  • Thesis
  • Custom forms
  • Stickers
  • and more!

Variable Data Printing

  • Addressing and mail fulfillment
  • First class and bulk mail preparation
  • NCOA mailing list cleansing and certification
  • Personalization
  • Complex variable data

Binding Services

  • Saddle stitching
  • Coil binding
  • Perfect binding
  • Hard cover binding
  • Drilling (3-hole and more)
  • Collating
  • Laminating
  • Stapling
  • Cutting and trimming
  • Folding
  • Scoring
  • Perforation
  • Tabbing (clear plastic tabs on mail pieces)
  • Envelope insertion
  • Padding (notepads)
  • Manual assembly
  • Custom foiling, die cutting and embossing

Printing File Preparation

Acceptable artwork file types:

  • Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) – preferred file type, include .125″ bleeds when necessary
  • Adobe InDesign (.indd) – package and include all fonts and links
  • Adobe Illustrator (.ai or .eps) – outline all fonts
  • Adobe Photoshop (.psd or .tif)
  • High Resolution .jpg or .png files sometimes work, but most often the resolution is too low for printing
  • Other files types (Powerpoint, Publisher, Word, Excel) require additional setup charges

File Preparation

  • All images must be at least 300 dpi at 100% print size
  • Create or convert all photos and graphics to CYMK
  • Include .125″ bleeds when necessary
  • All fonts and linked image files must be attached when applicable
  • Or, outline fonts or convert to paths, and embed photos and graphics
  • If possible include a print sample showing how you see the color