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Central Processing Center

Person sits behind desk at the Central Processing Center

The Central Processing Center is located on the second floor of Bennett Hall, Room 217 (behind the mailboxes).


  • Photocopying
  • Printing
  • Mailboxes
  • Office supplies (in stock and ordering)
  • Binding
  • Toner for COMDOC printers
  • OULN support - Detailed instructor information can be found (here).
  • Scantron support & processing
  • Teacher evaluation processing
  • An additional photocopying machine is available in the faculty workroom located across from CPC.
  • Service policies & procedures



Faculty and staff should bring hard copies to the CPC in Bennett Hall 217 or email their requests to

  • A Minimum of 48 Hours Notice is needed to process standard duplication requests
  • A Minimum of 1 Week Notice is required for for large duplication requests
  • Duplication Requests MUST be Copy Ready when submitted unless other arrangements are made prior to the beginning of duplication.
    • Copy Ready means:
      • Document contents are fully edited, formatted, and finalized for duplication
      • Documents MUST be in Microsoft Office or Adobe .PDF format
      • Graphics for poster printing are of a quality/resolution that they can be scaled to desired size
      • Graphics MUST be in .JPG format
      • Booklet printing submissions MUST be in Word, Publisher or Adobe PDF, 8.5" x 11" page size, and in standard single page format (Not in Word or Publisher booklet format)

If you have questions regarding whether the duplication request is copy ready, please call 740.774.7224 (CPC) or 740.774.7223 (Sue).

When sending your materials duplication request email to the OHIO Chillicothe CPC, please provide detailed instructions including:

  • Contact information¬†
  • Description of job
  • Course number (if needed)
  • Scan to email (if needed)
  • Date the materials are needed
  • Number of copies to be made
  • Color or black & white
  • White or colored paper (If colored paper, indicated the desired color.)
  • Double or single-sided
  • Indicate whether collation, staples, hole punch, or comb bound is needed

Once a duplication job is approved by the requestor, no further changes can be made if the agreed-upon deadline is to be met. If changes are required, the request will be handled as soon as possible but cannot be guaranteed by the original delivery date.


Faculty and staff needing mailboxes should contact the CPC. A combination will be provided to your mailbox.

Work Orders & Supplies

Please submit requests at least a week in advance when at all possible, especially with large work orders. Requests submitted at the last minute will be handled as soon as possible, but cannot be guaranteed by the requested delivery date.

Instructional Evaluations

All faculty members are required to conduct student evaluations in their courses. Future course overloads and teaching assignments may not be offered to faculty who do not complete this requirement.

During Weeks 12-14 of the semester, please send a student from your course to pick up the Student Course Evaluations from the Central Processing Center (CPC) and administer them while you are out of the room. The student will then return these to CPC staff for processing at the end of the semester. You will receive your results via campus mail the following semester.

For courses with fewer than five students (exception to this exists for OULN courses with combined enrollment from all campuses included), packets will not be prepared ahead of time, unless prior arrangements are made. If our staff in CPC is asked for student course evaluations, our staff will instruct students on the following steps for students to pursue.

For those classes where student course evaluations are not offered (e.g., fewer than five students), we recommend that these students discuss their input on a class or instructor with the instructor first, then with a division coordinator or write a letter to the Dean, so urgent matters can continue to be addressed. Students can also write a spontaneous note of appreciation.

Faculty teaching off-campus or on Saturdays should contact the Associate Dean's office to make arrangements for pick-up and return of evaluation packets. Evaluations for faculty teaching online courses are emailed to students by Pam Brown of the OHIO Online Office in Athens.


Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Closed Saturdays/Sundays/University Holidays*

For More Information

Central Processing Center
Bennett Hall 217
T: 740.774.7224

Sue Colley
Bennett Hall 217
T: 740.774.7223