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Campus Print

Modernize, automate and streamline your campus printing


86% of undergraduate students use a smart phone on campus — and 47% of them use multiple devices on campus daily.*


Our Campus Print solutions for higher education allow you to support mobile printing, enable anywhere / anytime printing, and create a more efficient central reproduction department (CRD) with cost recovery and security capabilities. 

Centralize and control your campus printing

Transform the campus print experience for everyone.

Students using desktop computers and printer.

Many campus print environments are out of control. Why? No print strategy. Limited print options for students and staff. High outsourcing costs. Insecure distributed printers. And so on. Whether we help your staff transform your print infrastructure and processes — or bring our people onsite to run things for you — you can graduate to a more effective print environment.

Centralize and control printing with our Campus Print solutions:

  • Enable students, teachers and staff to print anywhere, anytime.
  • Apply rules to automatically route jobs to devices based on the best fit and lowest cost.
  • Manage and track copies and accurately charge back costs.
  • Run an ultra-efficient CRD.
  • Reduce the stress on your IT department.

Among students who owned a tablet, 82 percent said they used the device for academic purposes.**

Simplify mobile printing

Say "bring your own device" without crossing your fingers.

Some students have more mobile devices than suitcases, and they want to be able to use them anytime, anywhere. The right campus mobile print solution allows your academic community to effortlessly create, use and share information. You can accommodate thousands of devices without straining your IT department:

Many colleges and universities are reporting mobile device-to-student ratios of 3.5-to-1 or greater.***

Three students using their mobile devices.

Create a leading-edge CRD

Automate and streamline high-volume printing and fulfillment.

Student looking over a large print order

Your costs rise when jobs like recruitment packets, custom course packs and HR manuals are outsourced. Perhaps your CRD can't handle them. Or ordering is difficult. Or manual processes push out completion times. Or quality is inconsistent.

Solutions such as Ricoh TotalFlow Intelligent Marketing, as well as our high-speed production printers, can turn your CRD into a model of efficiency and accuracy:


  • Automate job submission, ticketing, job communications, production processes and more.
  • Reduce errors and guesswork with templates and version control.
  • Easily manage your assets and personalize materials via a convenient web-based portal.

Achieve campus-wide oversight

Let our experts help you optimize every aspect of campus print. 

Your specialty is education. Ours is managing information and making sure it moves efficiently to people and places. Together, we can make sure both work in sync on your campus — with all of the necessary best practices, standards and compliance considerations.

Our education experts are experienced designers and implementers of campus print solutions. Their skills include:

  • Assessment
  • Consulting services, including print strategy
  • Off-premise cloud-based services
  • Onsite managed services
  • Fleet management
  • Sustainability initiatives
  • Print-related reports
  • Maintenance and support

Ricoh has worked with nearly 3,000 higher education customers to modernize campus print in all its shapes and sizes.

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See more on our solutions

  • Case Study: University of South Florida

    See how we helped the University of South Florida solve numerous print challenges.

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    Find out more about what our Campus Print solution can do for your university.

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*Source: / Secure Edge Networks: Going Mobile: How Student Demand is Changing Campus WI-FI Networks                                                                                                                                                                                                                      **Source: / From Distraction to Learning Tool: Mobile Devices in the Classroom, Campus Technology, 2014                                                                                                                                                                                                        ***Source: Bring Your Own Device - Adapting to the Flood of Personal Mobile Computing Devices Accessing Campus Networks,, 2012