Do you know about the A.S. Print & Technology Center?

Associated Students (A.S.) Print & Technology Center has been SJSU’s printing and copy services provider for over 20 years. They provide a variety of printing products and services such as:

  • Color printing up to 85 pages/minute, and black & white up to 120 pages/minute.
  • Wide format such as 64” wide latex, vinyl wraps, kiss cut stickers, window decals and floor decals (Figure 1).
  • Large banners up to 10’ x 100’ wide format (Figure 2). Banner stands are also available for sale.

The benefits of choosing A.S. Print & Technology Center to fulfill your printing and copy needs are:

  • It’s close! Located on-campus in the Diaz Compean Student Union, 2nd Floor.
  • They provide higher quality printing and copying services to SJSU staff, faculty and students.
  • Lower prices! Their prices are competitive and they have large order discounts. Contact them for a quote.
  • Easy and fast ordering process. The turnaround for most jobs is within 24 to 72 hours.
  • Requesters can provide their department chartfields to charge their order to. No need to submit a Requisition in FTS for the request!

We encourage campus departments to visit the A.S. Print & Technology Center website to learn about products and services they offer.

The A.S Print & Technology Center will be open on August 3, 2021 with operation hours Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Business hours will be extended for the Fall semester so do visit their website for an update to date schedule.

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Figure 1: Food Pantry Window Decal

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Figure 2:  Large Banner

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ProCard/GoCard Workshop Zoom Session

We are having a ProCard/GoCard Workshop on Friday, July 23rd from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. via Zoom.

New and current cardholders are encouraged to attend when they need assistance or have questions about the ProCard/GoCard. If you are interested in joining the session, you’ll need to register by 5pm on Thursday, July 22nd. Please keep in mind the first 30 minutes of the workshop will provide an overview of the reconciliation. After the overview, the workshop is opened for cardholders to ask questions or seek assistance in completing their reconciliation.

Update- New States Added to the Restricted Travel List

With the effective date July 1, 2021, unless noted otherwise, Florida, Montana, West Virginia, Arkansas, and North Dakota have been added to Assembly Bill 1887, the law restricting the funding or sponsoring of state business travel to states with discriminatory laws.

The current list of restricted states are as follows:

  1. Alabama
  2. Arkansas (as of July 29, 2021)
  3. Florida
  4. Idaho
  5. Iowa
  6. Kansas
  7. Kentucky
  8. Mississippi
  9. Montana
  10. North Carolina
  11. North Dakota (as of August 1, 2021)
  12. Oklahoma
  13. South Carolina
  14. South Dakota
  15. Tennessee
  16. Texas
  17. West Virginia (as of July 8, 2021)

As of January 1, 2017, the CSU Travel Policy and Procedures has been revised to comply with Assembly Bill 1887, which added Section 11139.8 to the Government Code relating to discrimination and was approved by the governor in September, 2016. As a result of this law, it has been determined that SJSU is restricted from requiring employees to travel to certain states, and is prohibited from approving funding or sponsoring travel to those states with laws enacted to void or repeal discrimination protections, or, to authorize or require discrimination.

Exceptions to the prohibitions that may be granted, and of note to SJSU, include the following (see SJSU Travel Guide for the complete list):

  • To meet contractual obligations incurred before January 1, 2017.
  • To participate in meetings or training required by a grant or required to maintain grant funding.
  • For the protection of public health, welfare, or safety, as determined by the CSU or other state agencies.
  • The list of affected states is maintained on the California State Attorney General website, State of California Department of Justice. Travelers and approvers are advised to check the website when planning or approving out-of-state travel. Auxiliary funds may be used for travel to restricted states.

SJSU Travel Guide
CSU Travel Procedures
Assembly Bill 1887
Office of the Attorney General