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Sloan CopyTech

Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Phone: 617-253-5203

Fax: 617-253-5719

Forms of payment: Cash, check, TechCash, MIT account, MasterCard and Visa, requisitions

East Campus - E52-045

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MIT CopyTech at Sloan offers a full blend of services for the community on the east side of the Institute. Working in tandem with our main MIT CopyTech location allows us the opportunity to fulfill all project requests.

  • State-of-the-art digital color production printing
  • High-quality black & white production printing
  • Print on demand - print only what you need
  • MIT Sloan business cards
  • Self-service printing
  • Course reader service with copyright compliance in digital and hardcopy formats
  • Copyright permissions service
  • Harvard Business Case Studies
  • Complete bindery service with a full array of finishing options
  • Thesis printing service using Institute-required materials
  • Scan to PDF and burn to CD with printed cover options
  • Free pick-up and delivery service

Information on price quotes, billing, MIT Sloan business cards or hardcase bindings: sloan_copytech@mit.edu

Information on file submissions, color copies, photographs or scanning: copytech_media@mit.edu

Send files electronically http://ctcfiles.mit.edu/copytech/

Sloan School of Management course readers: (Order online)

Sloan School of Management business cards: (Order information)

color copier


Our commitment to our environment

Print on demand program (1994-date)

Recycle course readers

MIT CopyTech encourages graduating students to drop their course readers in marked recycling bins at the MIT Sloan CopyTech center prior to their commencement

CopyTech bags

Our customers are offered bags to carry their course readers upon purchase. Because we use a lot of bags we have switched to using OxoBiodegradable plastic bags. Although strong enough to be used frequently they are recyclable. Once left in a landfill and exposed to sunlight, oxygen and heat, the plastic will convert to water, carbon dioxide, minerals and biomass. It will eventually disappear with no harm to our environment!

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