Poster Printing

Plotter Printer

Library Copier Services provides large format poster printing.

All files submitted for printing must be in PDF format.

The dimensions of the poster must not exceed 42 inches x 60 inches.

Poster files 15MB or smaller can be emailed to Please include your full name and specify the dimensions of the poster you would like printed.

If you plan to include any UT logos or trademarks in your poster, obtain authorization for use of appropriate logos from the Office of Brand, Trademark & Licensing. You can apply for approval through the online portal found at Direct any questions to

Poster files larger than 15MB must be delivered to Library Copier Services located on the first floor of the Perry-Castañeda Library, PCL 1.102.

Copier Services is not responsible for spelling or graphics errors on submitted files. You will be charged for the original order and any re-prints. Note that all poster printing is done through a PC. At times there can be MAC/PC compatibility issues.

Each computer/monitor represents colors slightly differently. Colors on your printed poster should be close to the same color on your screen, but they may not be an exact match. Color variations are normal.

Copier Services will not print posters with color-saturated backgrounds. We reserve the right to return a poster for revision if bright or dark colors account for a significant portion of the poster.

Please allow 1-2 business days for your poster to be printed. Library Copier Services staff will let you know via email when your poster is ready to pick up.

Frequently Asked Questions


Posters will cost $6 per linear foot ($5 with valid UT ID). Payment is due when the poster is picked up.
42” mailing tubes are available for $5 each.
8.25% sales tax on all transactions.
Library Copier Services is located on the first floor of the Perry-Castañeda Library, PCL 1.102, phone (512) 495-4239.

Hours of operation are available online, as well as posted at the entrance to the room.

Helpful Hints for Making a Great Poster:

UT Office of Undergraduate Resources

UT School of Information

Ten Simple Rules for a Good Poster Presentation