University of Vermont

Print & Mail Center

Purchase Order

Welcome to the Print & Mail Center's Purchase Order Page

This service is free and available only to UVM affiliates and other pre-approved Print and Mail Center customers. Just fill in the following information and click on the "submit"!

Please take a minute and review the form before filling in the blanks or answering questions. The more information you can provide, the better.

PRINT ORDER DETAILS: *required fields

*Your Name



* Billing Address if different from above


*E-mail Address

*PMC code

*Business Manager Name

*Business Manager Phone

Describe the print request. For example: Stationery, invitation, business card, form, brochure, catalogue, manual, course packets, poster, etc. What you tell us will help us make recommendations for your order.

Due date

Print job title

Do you require an estimate?

Will you be picking the order up, or do you need delivery?


Single or double-sided?

Number of originals?

Finished size (width x height)

Print Size (width x height)

Finished size (width x height)


Tower letterhead (500 sheets in a ream)

Tower #10 Envelope (2500 envelopes in a carton)

Business Cards (See Business Card Order Form)


Will you require type or design?

Press, Ink Colors

Will your prints be over 12X18?


Do you know the type or brand of paper you want to use?

Please specify your preferred paper type/brand below


Cover paper has two common weights: 65 lb. or 80 lb. The 65 lb. weight is about the thickness of a index card. The 80 lb. cover is much stiffer.

Text paper Text paper can either be uncoated or coated. Common text paper weights are: 50 lb. (same as 20 lb. copier paper), 60 lb. (like 24 lb. copier paper), 70 lb., 80 lb. Common coated text paper weights are: 60 lb., 70 lb., 80 lb. Select one of the following if applicable:


Your preferred choice of stock color:


Describe how many ink colors are used. Example; the piece prints 1 color, 2 color, 4 color, etc. How many ink colors will you need?

Bleeds: A printed page where the ink prints off the edge of a sheet is called bleeding. Will your project bleed on the cover or inside pages? Check all that apply.


Binding Extras:

Bindery special instructions


Special Instructions


Please email any files needed to complete this order to

Last modified March 29 2018 09:50 AM