ENV Instructional Services and Service Bureaus
The College of Environmental Design has Instructional Services and a Service Bureaus, both self supporting and provides services available to students and faculty.
ENV Print Lab Service Bureau in Building 3-1644 provides fast, high quality printing from the latest plotters and printers with comparative prices; laser cutting; large scans; 3D printing.
Architecture Fabrication Lab (ARC Fab Lab) in Building 89A is available to enrolled architecture students for laser cutting and 3D printing services.
ENV Cafe in the Dining Courtyard of Building 7 is open Monday through Thursday, from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The eatery sells pastries, sandwiches, and Starbucks hot and cold beverages.
ENV Instructional Services
ENV Instructional Services provides reproduction services, audio-visual and multimedia equipment, and lab materials and supplies. The facility provides reproduction services, audio-visual and multimedia equipment loans, and lab materials and supplies for students, faculty, and staff.
Location and Hours of Operation
Instructional Services is in Room 7-215A.
Hours are typically from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday.
Fees for services and materials are subject to change. Contact Instructional Services for current prices.
Edna Quichocho, Instructional Support Technician
Phone: (909) 869-2669
Fax: (909) 869-4828
Equipment is available for checkout to ENV students for 24-hour use. Equipment loans are on a first come basis, no advance reservations will be taken. Check out of digital equipment is Monday through Thursday 9:00 AM-3:30 PM; Friday 9:00 AM-3:30 PM (approval required by ENV Instructional Services' staff member only).
Before equipment is released to students, they must know the procedures for its proper use and care and must sign an agreement assuming responsibility for the equipment while in their possession. Hourly fines are assessed for late return of equipment and actual cost fines are assessed for repair of damages or replacement. Grades are held at the end of each semester for students with unreturned equipment or unpaid fines.
Pickup and return of equipment is done in room 7-215A. Students needing equipment for evening use must make advance arrangements with the Instructional Services in person.
Available equipment includes Canon camera and tripod; slide projectors, slide trays, and tape recorder; palmcorder video camera; digital cameras; Digital video camera; digital projector; student laptop; calculators and polar planimeters, T squares, flip chart holder, easels, ultrasonic pen cleaner, Pierce presenter, and Lyman radius curves. Proxima projector w/ PC or MAC computers. (computers to be checked out for students by faculty). Also available for check out are transit levels with tripod, Philadelphia rods, plumbob and hand level. All these items require a faculty signature to reserve and loan out.
Also available are laser remote/laser pointers for Digital projectors.
The lockers in buildings 2 and 7 are available for Environmental Design student use by registering the locker number with the Instructional Services. Requirements include, verification of current schedule of classes and I.D., and students must provide their own combination locks. Failure to register the locker results in removal of the lock and disposal of locker contents. Students who remove their locks during semester break automatically forfeit their lockers. ENV students are free; other disciplines are $20 for the year use of locker.
The following services are available at nominal cost to students, faculty, and staff of the University. Arrangements can be made for departmental chargebacks.
Velo, spiral and wire binding services, with or without covers, are available. A variety of styles and colors are available for covers.
Lamination is available in pocket size, I.D. Tags, 8 1/2" x 11" and 11" x 17". Prices vary depending on requests of supplies.
The laser printer is located in the Building 3-1644 at the ENV Service Bureau. Visa and Mastercard are only accepted.
CD BURNING/ DUPLICATING
Of the following materials: lecture notes. projects, assignments.
The card operated Xerox copier located in the hallway outside of Instructional Services and the other is located on the first floor by the women’s restroom (this copier makes 11x17 copies) and is for student use. The two copiers located behind the counter is for department use only. The University does not permit us to make student copies on these machines. There is an additional Mita copier located at the Interim Design Center for student use. Cards for both student copiers may be purchased at Instructional Services.
MONCHROME POSTER PRINTER
The Varitronics Poster Printer produces large, quality posters in seconds from letter and legal size documents. These posters can be printed in a variety of colors and three types of paper: thermal, fluorescent and permanent. Prices vary according to the size and type of paper requested.
Sizes: 8.5 x 11 23.38 x 33
23.38 x 16.5
8.5 x 14 23.38 x 16.5
Transparencies can be made for use on overhead projectors, color copy transparencies are available.
Fome-core, chipboard, museum board, task board, acrylic sheets, basswood, illustration board, stratocore. Prismacolor markers, Prismacolor pencils, mechanical pencils, pigment liner pens, CD's, various adhesives for various adhesives for various mediums, oversize bond paper, drafting supplies, correction supplies.
ENV Visual Resources Libraries
The ENV Art Visual Resources Library houses a collection of 35mm slides, digital images, videos, and CDs which support the curricula of the various departments within the College. The collection is circulated to current faculty, staff and students. The Specialist provides reference services to users of the collection. Consultation on accessing sources for specific images and internet searches for images are provided for faculty in support of the curricula.
For more information, call the Dean's Office (7-107) at (909) 869-2666.
The ENV Visual Resources Library is located at the University Library (Building 15).
ENV Print Lab Service Bureau
Fast, high-quality printing from the latest plotters and printers with competitive prices, as well as laser cutting, large scans, and 3D printing.
Bldg. 3, Room 1644
Kumara Ketagodage Don, ENV Service Lab/ENV Print Lab Coordinator
(909) 979-6602 | email@example.com
Further details and additional information are available here.
ENV Model Shop
Location and Hours of Operation
The Model Shop is located in Building 45, Room 103.
Hours of operation vary, but are typically Monday-Friday: 9 a.m.-Noon, 1-9 p.m., and extended evening hours during finals week.
Delmer Guillen, Instructional Support Technician
firstname.lastname@example.org | (909) 979-6695
Students and faculty must attend a mandatory orientation meeting before they are allowed to take the Safety Exam (written, proctored exam). Failure to comply with written safety practices may result in referral to Judicial Affairs for Disciplinary Action. The Shop Supervisor will sponsor these orientation meetings (scheduled after the beginning of each quarter with faculty). The mandatory Safety Exam is required before access to the Model Shop is allowed (based on the information provided in the Online Study Guide.
Architecture Fabrication Lab (ARC Fab Lab)
Location and Hours of Operation
Monday-Friday 12-9 p.m.
ARC Fab Lab services are only available to enrolled architecture majors (B.Arch, M.Arch, and MIA students).
Non-architecture majors: If you need laser cutting services visit the ENV Print Lab located on the ground floor of Building 3 or contact Wasantha Ketagodage at email@example.com.
Please get a quote directly from the ARC Fab Lab before paying online for prints or cuts. After you have paid print out a receipt as proof of purchase before picking up laser cut or 3d-printed materials. For questions about the ARC Fab Lab please email Institutional Support Technician Delmer Guillen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Laser Cutting: 90 cents ($0.90) per minute + tax/service fee
3d Printing – Powder: 60 cents ($0.60) per cubic inch + tax/service fee
3d Printing – Plastic: 40 cents ($0.40) per cubic inch + tax/service fee
- 3 laser cutters
- 2 powder 3d printers
- 5 3D plastic printers