Print Services

UC Riverside provides in-person quick copy and printing services through the Highlander Service Station and small quantity printing, for academic purposes, through Campus Business Services.

For details and guidelines about printing official campus stationery and business cards please visit our Stationery Guidelines page.

For larger print projects, you can partner with external print service providers that offer a range of capabilities and price points. Approved vendors include:

  • Advantage Printing: Offset, digital printing, and mail fulfillment.
  • Copytron: Large-format printing including banners, PVC, and coroplast.
  • Crisp Imaging: Specializing in large-format printing including banners and posters.
  • FedEx: Offers UC negotiated prices on large and small volume print jobs (online ordering)
  • Monster Media: Specializing in large format prints, vinyl banners, and sandwich board signs.
  • PSA Print Group: Offset, digital printing, and mail fulfillment.
  • The DOT Corp: Offset, digital printing, mail fulfillment, posters, signage, wraps, and tradeshow displays.
  • Westamerica: Digital printing, direct mailing, and online marketing.

Contact the University Relations Brand and Creative team at for more information.

3 image: Student using a printer; hands holding a flyer; front door of Highlander Service Station

Merchandise and Specialty Items.

The UCR Campus Store offers options to purchase Athletics and institutionally branded gear and gifts both online and onsite. To order school/college specific items, please visit the Club Colors retail site

Apparel and Merchandise Approval Process

Select vendors for imprinted items which have been licensed through CLC, a collegiate licensing agency. Licensing protects the UC Riverside brand and minimizes the risk of using a vendor whose business practices counter the UC Code of Conduct. You can view a list of licensed vendors here (select UC Riverside in the drop-down menu).

Licensing through CLC is separate from vendor approved by Purchasing, which approves vendors for services and nonbranded goods. Vendors can get licensed at the CLC website.

Art Review Process

All apparel and imprinted products featuring UC Riverside name, marks, and logos (including athletics) should be reviewed for brand compliance prior to printing. It is the vendor’s responsibility to submit items for approval via our licensing company, CLC.

Review adds time to the overall approval and manufacturing process. We recommend allowing 5-10 business days in the production schedule for licensing approvals, especially in case design changes are needed.

STEP 1: The licensed vendor submits art through CLC’s web portal for review.

STEP 2: The art is reviewed for proper use of campus logos and trademarks.

STEP 3: If art is disapproved, the vendor contacts the customer to resolve any design issues. Revised art is resubmitted.

STEP 4: Once art is approved, the vendor can produce the product.