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2022 Poster Presentation Information

Please read the information below to help you create your poster presentation for the A&S Student Symposium. 

Questions? Please contact tlc@richmond.edu or mfoster2@richmond.edu.
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  • Poster Size & Templates

    The University of Richmond community is welcome to use the templates to create your research poster. Please adjust the template to fit your needs and do not feel obligated to use the template for printing in the Technology Learning Center.

    Please note: A typical poster size is 34 by 56 inches. Your poster must be 58 inches or less in one direction to minimize waste.

    Download Poster Templates

  • Making Your Appointment to Print Your Poster

    Please create a ticket request for your poster appointment here. You must use your University of Richmond e-mail address. 

    • One reservation will equal one poster. If you have multiple poster presentations, you will need multiple appointments. Only one person from a group will have an appointment to print.
    • Make sure to offer a wide range of times and days that work with your schedule. You will have your appointment scheduled quickly if the times are available.
    • Do not wait to make your appointments.We are scheduling on a first-come, first-served basis. Last minute requests cannot be accommodated and time slots will not be available.
  • Going to Print Your Poster

    Come to the Technology Learning Center, Room 212 of Boatwright Library, and let the TLC Consultant at the main desk know you have a poster appointment. 

    • You must be on time with your poster completed and ready to print. If you are more than 5 minutes late, you will forfeit your appointment.
    • Your poster must be sized to the final printing size. A typical poster size is 34 by 56 inches. Your poster must be 58 inches or less in one direction to minimize waste.
    • Save your file on USB drive or use a cloud storage solution like Box or Google Drive.
    • We will not be responsible for any poster left behind in the TLC.
  • Taking Your Poster to the Symposium

    Your poster is not water-resistant. Moisture and oils from your hands or rain will wash away the ink, so handle your poster carefully. Wrap the poster in a clean garbage bag if the weather forecast is calling for rain.