Billing Overview

As of June 1, 2023, the Knight ADRC can no longer accept credit cards for payment. This also means that poster printing printing is limited to Washington University with payment via departmental ISD in WorkDay. A valid Cost Center number is required when submitting our online order form.

The Knight ADRC can only bill online in Workday via an Internal Service Delivery (ISD). This means we’ll need the Cost Center number that will be responsible for payment of the poster. Note that this may or may not be the Cost Center that poster requestor is associated with, and will never contain “Payroll” in the name. We require the Cost Center number that will be paying for the cost of the poster. Speak to your department’s business office or your PI.

Large Group or Lab Orders

Reach out to us at in advance to make sure we can accommodate you. Under some conditions, we might be able to arrange for a custom order form for your group with pre-fill billing info and/or an alternate way to submit files if you’re submitting them all at once. Reaching out ahead of time also ensures that we have ample stock of media and ink to fulfill all incoming orders!

Cost Overview

Starting July 1, 2023, our pricing will increase to $10 per linear foot ($0.83 per linear inch). Our prices have remained largely unchanged for nearly a decade; however, price increases in all of our consumables have been consistently rising year over year. Our new price puts us in-line with other printers on campus that offer a similar product, and we still remaining overwhelmingly cheaper than off-campus, for-profit printing services.

Foldable Fabric Prints: $0.50/per linear inch

Costs are calculated on a per liner inch basis. This the length of the amount of material that printer uses when printing your poster. It does not necessarily mean the longest side of your poster, but it often is.

Cost Formula: Length of paper used in inches x 0.50 = Total Cost

Visual examples of different landscape posters being printed with the billable length of each illustrated. Click image above to view at full size.

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