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ECU Student Veteran Services Benefits from T-shirt Sales on Campus

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ECU’s Student Veteran Services textbook lending library for military veteran students will be able to add several new books, thanks to a $1,750 donation from Dowdy Student Stores and Perfect Promotions & More. The money was raised through sales of a t-shirt honoring the military that was sold this summer. Pictured from left are: Bob Walker, associate director of Dowdy Student Store; Bryan Tuten, Dowdy store director; Stephen McFadden, vice president of Sales at Perfect Promotions; Keith Tingley, senior associate director for Student Engagement; Nicole Jablonski, assistant director of Student Veteran Services; Mary Beth Corbin, executive director of the Office of Student Transitions; and Sara Thorndike, vice chancellor for Administration and Finance.

ECU Dowdy Student Stores and their vendor, Perfect Promotions & More of Apex, presented a check on Tuesday, Sept. 25, for $1750 to ECU Student Veteran Services.

The money was raised through sales of veteran support t-shirts at Dowdy Student Stores, Memorial Day through July 4. A portion of the sale of each shirt was donated by both Dowdy Student Stores and their vendor, Perfect Promotions and More of Apex.

ECU Student Veteran Services is a division of the Office of Student Transitions and provides services for veterans entering ECU. According to Nicole Jablonski, Student Transitions assistant director, the funds will be used to expand the textbook lending library that the department has set up for military veteran students.

The university-operated bookstores also sell fund-raising t-shirts for cancer, ALS, and autism support, in addition to the store’s student scholarship contributions made annually.

Perfect Promotions Vice President of Sales Stephen McFadden is proud to play a role in the effort. As a vendor of Dowdy Student Stores and a 2010 ECU alumnus, McFadden enjoys partnering with the store on projects like this that give back to the local community. McFadden has worked with Dowdy since 2008 helping produce over 100 officially licensed ECU items to date, but says his favorite pieces have always been the t-shirts for a cause.

Dowdy currently has a Go Gold “cause shirt” benefitting pediatric cancer awareness. September is Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month as well as the Paint it Gold football game on September 29.

East Carolina’s bookstore is a self-operated, university-run store. They receive no state funding. Instead, the campus bookstore maintains its services through their sales. Profits are then directed back to the university community through scholarship contributions and other donations to campus projects.

 

Business Services names seven Treasured Pirates

Seven East Carolina University staff members in Business Services were honored recently as Treasured Pirates. Tim Daughtry, Alicia Faircloth, Adam Mallard, Monica Smith, Allen Vervisch, Carlton Walls, and Tull Worthington are the honorees representing Dowdy Student Stores, Mail Services, Materials Management, and University Printing & Graphics.

Two of the awardees were recognized for outstanding delivery of service. Two received the Treasured Pirate Award for enhancing employee morale, two were recognized for cost effectiveness, and one for display of initiative.

Outstanding Delivery of Service

Tim Daughtry, second from left, is presented the Treasured Pirate Award for Outstanding Delivery of Service from Phil DePalma, left, associate director of purchasing, and Kevin Carraway, right, interim associate vice chancellor for Business Services and director of Materials Management.

Tim Daughtry, center, is presented the Treasured Pirate Award for Outstanding Delivery of Service from Phil DePalma, left, associate director of purchasing, and Kevin Carraway, right, interim associate vice chancellor for Business Services and director of Materials Management.

Tim Daughtry received the Treasured Pirate Award for Outstanding Delivery of Service. As senior purchasing specialist in Materials Management, he is responsible for processing purchase requests for such items as printing, electrical, athletic, recreational, heavy equipment, fuels, vehicles, and buses.

“Tim has an excellent customer service reputation at ECU,” said Phil DePalma, associate director of purchasing, who nominated him for the award. “Tim will go the extra mile to insure that the best interests of ECU are protected and that the contractors are treated fairly.”

Daughtry started at ECU in 2004 as Central Stores manager. In 2011 he moved to the Department of Materials Management as a purchasing specialist. “I am proud to be associated with ECU and the Pirate Nation,” Daughtry said. “I enjoy working with departments as a team to achieve results and success.”

A native of Faison, Daughtry is a 1979 graduate of Hobbton High School in Newton Grove and received a degree in entomology at North Carolina State University in 1981.

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Carlton Walls

Carlton Walls also received the Treasured Pirate Award for Outstanding Delivery of Service. He is a press operator with University Printing & Graphics, a job he has held since 2008. According to Walls’ supervisor, Doug Hill, Walls is an essential member of UP&G’s offset printing and bindery operation. “Carlton’s consistent close eye on quality control prevents excessive waste of printed material,” Hill said. “He has many skills that continue to grow with technology and training and will tackle any task when given the opportunity.”

Walls started at UP&G in the bindery in 2003. The Greenville native is a graduate of Rose High School.

Enhancing Employee Morale

Alicia Faircloth has spent the past five years as head cashier/mail clerk with Mail Services. Her responsibilities include managing the USPS postal contract customer service desk and handling the postal billing and accounting responsibilities for first-class outbound mail, nonprofit permit transactions, business reply and postage-due mail.

Alicia Faircloth, second from left, is surprised with the Treasured Pirate Award for Enhancing Employee Morale. Presenting the award were (from left) Kevin Carraway, Kevin Carraway, interim associate vice chancellor for Business Services; Mail Services Manager Thomas Hardy, and University Printing, Graphics & Mail Director Ann Weingartz.

Alicia Faircloth, second from left, is surprised with the Treasured Pirate Award for Enhancing Employee Morale. Presenting the award were (from left) Kevin Carraway, Kevin Carraway, interim associate vice chancellor for Business Services; Mail Services Manager Thomas Hardy, and University Printing, Graphics & Mail Director Ann Weingartz.

“Alicia is a competent employee who continues to rise to the occasion, no matter what the circumstances might be,” said Mail Services Manager Thomas Hardy. “Her skill-set, combined with her ‘team-first’ mentality and inherent friendliness truly enhances employee morale.”

Faircloth enjoys the customer service aspect of her job. “I love to help other people,” she said. “I like to think my smile can and will help someone else.”

The Farmville native is a 1996 graduate of Farmville Central High School and in 2009 earned an associates degree in office administration from Pitt Community College.

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Tull Worthington

Tull Worthington, accounting manager at University Printing & Graphics, also received the Treasured Pirate Award for Enhancing Employee Morale.

“Even though Tull is in the administrative section of University Printing, Graphics and Mail Services, he is always willing to help out in the production areas,” said Ann Weingartz, UP&G director. “Not only has Tull learned how to run the digital envelope press, he can be found helping out bulk mail, helping with long envelope runs, boxing business cards, and just about anything that will help us get our customer jobs out on time.”

Worthington, who does much of the photography for the department, says the award was unexpected and that many of his coworkers were also deserving. “University Printing & Graphics is a relatively small customer-oriented job shop where fast, high quality product is expected,” he said. “The only way we can meet these demands is by pitching in wherever needed and working as a team. We’ve got a good team.”

Worthington started at UP&G in 2006 and was named accounting manager in 2008. The Greenville native holds a BS degree in finance and the MBA from ECU.

Cost Effectiveness

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Monica Smith

Monica Smith was recognized with the Treasured Pirate Award for cost effectiveness for her efficiency in handling textbook and course material returns at Dowdy Student Store.

“She does a great job of processing these returns within the demanding deadlines,” said Bryan Tuten, Dowdy Student Store director. “Her diligence in handling these returns gets money back for Dowdy Student Stores and the university so it can be used toward the next buying cycle.”

Smith has worked in accounting since 2005. “I consider it a privilege to work at ECU Dowdy Student Store,” she said. “I enjoy working with the students and staff. It seems like we are all family.”

The Greenville native is a graduate of Greenville Christian Academy and Pitt Community College.

Allen Vervisch also received the Treasured Pirate Award for cost effectiveness. He is systems administrator at University Printing & Graphics, a position he has held since 2002.

Vervisch was recognized for his efforts in implementing UP&G’s new print management system. “Allen has made sure that as a department we are looking at every process that goes into producing jobs and making sure that we are effectively covering the costs associated with them,” said Ann Weingartz, UP&G director. “This not only includes offset printing processes but digital printing, bindery, design, mail and plate making. All of Allen’s hard work will definitely pay off in the years to come.”

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Allen Vervisch

As systems administrator, Vervisch maintains all computers in the Harris Building and Mail Services, handles all billing for CopiServ and Mail Services, and solves network problems as needed.

“I appreciate the opportunity Ann gives me to do what I do,” Vervisch said. “The printing industry is becoming more and more dependent on technology. I have to be able to keep up with that technology so I can handle any problems that arise.”

Vervisch grew up in San Jose, Calif., and holds an associates degree in networking from Pitt Community College.

Display of Initiative

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From left, Adam Mallard is presented with the Treasured Pirate Award for Display of Initiative from Bryan Tuten, Dowdy Student Stores director, and Kevin Carraway, interim associate vice chancellor for Business Services.

Adam Mallard, a support services associate in the Tech Deck at Dowdy Student Store, received the Treasured Pirate Award for Display of Initiative in recognition of his efforts with Dowdy’s first faculty and staff Apple discount sale last November. The event was so successful it will be held again this fall.

“Adam showed a lot of initiative in coordinating this event in both the main campus and health sciences stores,” said Bryan Tuten, Dowdy Student Stores director. “The event went very well, and Apple was pleased with how well it went and was operated.”

Mallard has been distributing computers and providing customer service to students, faculty and staff at the Tech Deck for the past two years. He is a certified Apple Product Professional.

A native of Ernul, he earned an associates degree from Craven Community College in 2014.

Student wins free textbooks for fall semester

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From left: Andrew Westmoreland accepts his textbooks for fall semester from Bob Walker, associate director of Dowdy Student Store. Westmoreland won the textbooks in a drawing sponsored by the store during summer orientation.

Andrew Westmoreland of King, NC, is starting his first semester at East Carolina University in a good way – with free textbooks. The books were the prize in a drawing sponsored this summer during freshman orientation by Dowdy Student Store, the university-run bookstore on campus.

All students who attended orientation were invited to come in the store and enter the drawing. One name was drawn from the entries collected from all freshman orientation sessions.

“My parents were pretty thrilled,” Westmoreland said. “And I am very appreciative.” Understandably so – the construction management major’s six required books for the fall semester totaled more than $400.

Westmoreland is a graduate of West Stokes High School in King where he was active on the golf team.

The free textbook promotion is sponsored each summer by Dowdy Student Stores, one of the highest contributors to academic merit, athletic and need-based scholarships at ECU. “One of the main goals of the Dowdy Student Stores is to provide the ECU students with their textbooks, educational supplies, computer hardware and software, and other types of merchandise that will enhance their learning experiences,” said Bryan Tuten, Dowdy Student Store director. “As a result, we are able to give back to ECU on an annual basis by being one of the leaders in scholarship contributions.”

SALE OF T-SHIRTS ON CAMPUS RAISES OVER $5000

check presented to ALS Association from sales of t-shirts sold at ECU

Jerry Dawson, president of the ALS Association NC chapter, accepts the check from Sara Thorndike, ECU vice chancellor for Administration & Finance. The money was raised from sales of t-shirts like the ones held by Stephen McFadden, Perfect Promotions VP of Sales, and John Palmer, Dowdy merchandise manager. Also pictured are (from left, back row) Bob Walker, associate store director; Michael Cotter, ALS committee member; Bryan Tuten, Dowdy Stores director; and Cliff Godwin, ECU baseball coach.

ECU Dowdy Student Stores and their vendor, Perfect Promotions & More of Apex, presented a check Tuesday for $5250 to the ALS Association North Carolina Chapter. The check presentation was held at Clark-LeClair stadium and featured representatives from the ALS Association, Dowdy Student Stores, Perfect Promotions and ECU Pirate Baseball Coach Cliff Godwin.

The money was raised through sales of “Strike Out ALS” t-shirts at Dowdy Student Stores and their souvenir booth at Clark-LeClair Stadium during baseball season including the regional championship. A portion of the sale of each shirt was donated by both Dowdy Student Stores and their vendor, Perfect Promotions and More of Apex.

Chapter President Jerry Dawson was on hand to accept the check on behalf of the ALS Association. “We are grateful to Dowdy Student Stores, Perfect Promotions & More, East Carolina University, and everyone who purchased t-shirts to fight ALS this spring,” said Dawson. “With their continued commitment to defeat ALS and to honor Coach LeClair, we are getting closer every day to creating a world without ALS.”

Dowdy Student Stores Director Bryan Tuten was pleased the Pirate Nation fan base was so supportive of the shirts. “I’m always thrilled at the support that Pirate fans show for these cause-related t-shirts,” said Tuten. “I know the proceeds from this ALS support shirt will go a long way to help local patients and their families, and knowing it stays locally makes it even more special.”

Bryan Tuten signs the check

Bryan Tuten, director of Dowdy Student Store, signs the $5,250 prior to the presentation.

The university-operated bookstores also sell fund-raising t-shirts for military services, veteran student services and pediatric cancer awareness, in addition to the store’s student scholarship contributions made annually.

Perfect Promotions Vice President of Sales Stephen McFadden is also proud to play a role in the effort. As a vendor of Dowdy Student Stores and a 2010 ECU alumnus, McFadden enjoys partnering with the store on projects like this that give back to the local community. McFadden has worked with Dowdy since 2008 helping produce over 100 officially licensed ECU items to date, but says his favorite pieces have always been the t-shirts for a cause.

“It’s refreshing to be able to work with a client on supporting local charities and organizations through financial support and raising awareness of their groups,”McFadden said. “This year will be our 5th year partnering with the Dowdy store on these t-shirts that have helped raise more than $75,000 in donations to 15 organizations. I’m excited to see what the future brings for this program, and what other programs we can inspire throughout the community.”

The next “cause shirt” will come out in late August and will benefit pediatric cancer awareness. According to Dowdy merchandise manager John Palmer, similar to past years it will feature the #GoGold tag and will be perfect for Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month in September, and the Paint it Gold football game on September 29.

East Carolina’s bookstore is a self-operated, university-run store. They receive no state funding. Instead, the campus bookstore maintains its services through their sales. Profits are then directed back to the university community through scholarship contributions and other donations to campus projects.

 

Calendar download available from University Printing & Graphics

University Printing & Graphics is offering a six-month ECU Photo Calendar for its customers and friends on campus. The six-month calendar can be downloaded from our website at www.ecu.edu/UPG in 8-1/2′ x 11″ size or 11″ x 17″ (tabloid) size. If you a prefer a printed card stock calendar, contact UP&G at upgprinting@ecu.edu and one will be sent via campus mail.

T-Shirt Sales Benefit Aces for Autism

Aces for Autism check presentation

ECU Dowdy Student Stores present a check for $2,250 to Aces for Autism at Minges Coliseum May 21. Pictured from left are: Kevin Carraway, Stephen McFadden, Bryan Tuten, Kyle Robinson, Margaret Turner, Brian Overton, John Palmer, and Bob Walker.

GREENVILLE – ECU Dowdy Student Stores and their vendor, Perfect Promotions & More of Apex, presented a check on May 21 for $2,250 to Aces for Autism, a not for profit treatment and educational center in Greenville. The center provides doctor prescribed therapies to help individuals with autism reach their full potential.

The money was raised through sales of Aces for Autism Pirate basketball t-shirts at Dowdy Student Store, the Health Sciences Bookstore, and Minges Coliseum during basketball season. The ECU Pirate basketball team has been very involved in raising awareness of Aces for Autism programs.

“We are so grateful for this contribution,” said Kyle Robinson, board president of Aces for Autism. “We provide financial assistance to help with treatment for about 30 families right now, and this money will help support that effort.”

Clients of the program range from 16 months to 14 years of age, Robinson said. 

Presenting the check were Dowdy Student Stores Director Bryan Tuten, Associate Store Director Bob Walker, Merchandise Manager John Palmer, Interim Associate Vice Chancellor for Business Services Kevin Carraway, and Perfect Promotions Vice President of Sales Stephen McFadden, who is an ECU alumnus. On hand to receive the check were Kyle Robinson, ECU basketball operations and Aces for Autism board president, Margaret Turner, Aces for Autism board treasurer, and Brian Overton, ECU director of player development. 

Dowdy Student Stores are the University owned and operated bookstores and sell shirts benefitting a variety of causes throughout the school year. Past recipients have included organizations supporting childhood cancer, breast cancer, ALS, and campus military programs. 

“I’m extremely grateful that our customers and Pirate Nation continue to step up and support these causes by buying these t-shirts that support such worthy local causes,” Tuten said.

Pirate Fan Support Benefits ROTC Scholarships

Pictured from left: Lieutenant Colonel April Wimmer, Air Force ROTC, and Lieutenant Colonel Melissa Coleman, Army ROTC, accept the $6,528 check on behalf of ECU military programs, from Bryan Tuten, director of Dowdy Student Stores, and Stephen McFadden, vice president of sales for Perfect Promotions.

Pictured from left: Lieutenant Colonel April Wimmer, Air Force ROTC, and Lieutenant Colonel Melissa Coleman, Army ROTC, accept the $6,528 check on behalf of ECU military programs from Bryan Tuten, director of Dowdy Student Stores, and Stephen McFadden, vice president of sales for Perfect Promotions.

ECU Dowdy Student Stores and their vendor, Perfect Promotions & More of Apex, presented a check on February 27 for $6,528 to representatives from campus military programs.

The money was raised through sales of “ECU Supports our Military” shirts at ECU Dowdy Student Stores and Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium during the fall semester. A portion of the sale of each shirt was donated by both Dowdy Student Stores and their vendor, Perfect Promotions and More. The amount raised for this shirt was more than any other in the “cause” t-shirt lineup.

Presenting the check were Dowdy Student Stores Director Bryan Tuten, Apparel and Merchandise Manager John Palmer, Associate Store Director Bob Walker, and Perfect Promotions Vice President of Sales Stephen McFadden. Attending to receive the check on behalf of the Distinguished Military Society were Asst. Vice Chancellor for Military Programs Tim Wiseman; Interim Dean of the College of Health and Human Performance Susan McCammon; Lieutenant Colonel Melissa Coleman, Army ROTC; Captain Patrick Higgins, Army ROTC; and Lieutenant Colonel April Wimmer, Air Force ROTC. ROTC students were also in attendance.

Dowdy Student Stores Director Bryan Tuten was pleased with the amount raised this past fall. “The Pirate fans come out for this effort each year,” said Tuten. “We’re proud to be able to feature promotions of this kind to support our military students on campus.”

The University owned and operated bookstores sell shirts benefitting a variety of causes throughout the school year. Past recipients included organizations supporting childhood cancer, breast cancer, autism awareness, ALS, as well as the campus military programs. Perfect Promotions Vice President of Sales Stephen McFadden is an ECU alumnus and he, too is proud to play a role in these efforts.

A t-shirt benefitting the ALS Association is currently on sale at Dowdy Student Stores and Clark-LeClair Baseball Stadium.

Army ROTC students George Sherman, left, and Riley Canon display the front and back of the military t-shirt.

Army ROTC students George Sherman, left, and Riley Canon display the front and back of the military t-shirt.

Scott Buck retires with 31 years of service

Kevin Carraway, Willie Lee, Scott Buck, Rick Niswander

Associate Vice Chancellor for Business Services Scott Buck, second from right, was presented with a plaque commemorating his 31 years of service during a retirement reception in November. Pictured with Buck are (from left) Kevin Carraway, director of Materials Management and interim associate vice chancellor for Business Services; Willie Lee, director of Auxiliary Services, and Rick Niswander, vice chancellor of Administration and Finance.

Scott Buck retired on November 30, 2017, after 31 years at ECU. He was associate vice chancellor of Administration and Finance/Business Services.

At the time of his retirement, Buck was responsible for overseeing the departments of Materials Management, Student Stores, 1 Card, University Printing & Graphics, Vending, and Mail Services. He also served as property officer, a position which kept him busy purchasing property on behalf of the university.

“Scott Buck brought to his position the highest level of integrity and high moral principles,” said Nellie Taylor, former director of Materials Management. “He kept the welfare of the university foremost in his mind, taking every measure necessary to ensure that every unit under his management provided the highest possible customer service to the university community.”

His ability to understand the needs of the university stemmed from his lifelong ties to ECU and eastern North Carolina. Buck’s father was an administrator for many years at ECU, and Buck is an ECU graduate, having earned a BSBA degree in marketing in 1977. After graduation he moved to Chesapeake, Va., to work for Volvo Penta. Two years later he returned to Greenville to accept a purchasing position with Grady White Boats.

“I was so glad to come home in 1979 to work for Grady White,” Buck said. “Eastern North Carolina is home.”

In 1986 Buck was hired at ECU as assistant director of purchasing. He became director of Materials Management in 1990 and university property officer in 2000. In 2001 he was named associate vice chancellor of Administration and Finance/Business Services.

Buck credits the Business Services staff with making his transition to associate vice chancellor a smooth one. “I had always done projects for the previous associate vice chancellors, and I had a great team of employees that did a super job,” Buck said. “I have been very fortunate to be surrounded by dedicated and professional staff. They are the heart of ECU.”

During his time at ECU, Buck had a hand in many important projects. He spearheaded the delicate task of relocating the Forbes, May and Barnes cemetery to allow for the development of the new dental school. When housing needed to be found for hundreds of students displaced while campus dorms were being renovated, Buck oversaw the bidding and leasing of local apartment units.
One of his most recent projects was helping to establish a seven-block area in Greenville’s warehouse district as a millennial campus.

“With every decision he made and every action he took, Mr. Buck always had the best interests of the university in mind,” said Leslie Craigle, director of Business Services Marketing. “His guiding principle for overseeing the Business Services unit and property office was that all things relating to ECU had to be handled in a professional and courteous manner, and to do whatever it takes to get the job done efficiently and responsibly.”

Buck served on numerous ECU committees: Patent, Enterprise Risk Management, Property Review, University Space, as well as the Uptown Greenville Board and One Stop Task Force. He is past president of the National Association of Educational Buyers-Carolinas, the UNC Purchasing Association, and the Coastal Conservation Association. He is also a member of the Pirate Club and Black Jack Original Free Will Baptist Church.

In 2010, Buck was recognized for his service with the Centennial Award for Excellence, the highest honor an ECU faculty or staff member can receive. “We have come so far as a university,” Buck said. “While driving around campus and looking at all the changes that are happening, I am proud to have played a small part in the growth and expansion we are experiencing.”

Business Services honored Buck with a retirement reception in November. He was presented with a plaque commemorating his 31 years of service along with several gifts.

 

Ceremony held to distribute first class rings from official collection

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The smiles show how thrilled these three friends are with their new class rings.

Someone takes a photo of a friend with PeeDee at the ceremony

Photo opps with PeeDee were the order of the day.

Dowdy Student Stores staff spent more than a year working with jewelry manufacturer Jostens and a group of alumni, students, faculty and staff to design an official class ring collection for ECU. Those efforts came to fruition on Dec. 3 when a group of students received the first official rings in a special ceremony at the East Carolina Heart Institute.

ECU Alumni Association President Heath Bowman presented the rings to each student on the auditorium stage. After signing their names on an official record, everyone put their rings on at the same time.

“A lot of universities have made a ring tradition a core part of what they do and how they celebrate the tradition of their campus,” Bowman said. “So for us, this just feels like bringing something to ECU that needed to be here and that our Pirate alumni and our students deserve.”

After receiving their rings on stage, students were invited to put their rings on at the same time.

After receiving their rings on stage, students were invited to put their rings on at the same time.

Students have always been able to purchase a class ring, but there has never been a signature collection with a unified look or a ceremony before. The three official ring styles – signet, traditional and dinner – all have a crest on the top with the university shield, a sword and ECU’s motto, “Servire.”

Some alumni from 1970-2016 also ordered class rings this year.

For more information or to buy an official ECU ring, visit Dowdy Student Stores or go to www.jostens.com/ECU.

Students participating in the ceremony were invited onstage to receive their rings and sign their names in an official record.

Students participating in the ceremony were invited onstage to receive their rings and sign their names in an official record.

UP&G offers free ECU photo wall calendar

University Printing & Graphics is pleased to offer you a free ECU Photo Wall Calendar. You can download the 6-month calendar in 8-1/2″ x 11″ (letter) size, or 11″ x 17″ (tabloid) size from our website: www.ecu.edu/UPG, or email us at upgprinting@ecu.edu and we’ll be happy to send you one.

As a reminder, if you need stamps or parcel shipping, Mail Services has a convenient on-campus, customer service counter in Building 43 off of Founders Drive. Counter hours are Monday-Friday, 8 am – 4:30 pm.

University Printing & Graphics has an excess of paper clips, and we’re glad to recycle these back to campus departments. Feel free to stop by University Printing & Graphics in the Harris Building for paper clips for your office during normal office hours.

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