About Us

About Us

We hold the UC community at the center of our efforts. Confidence and trust in our services is our number-one priority. With a long track record of providing high quality service at a reasonable price to UC, we understand your deadlines, budget constraints, and needs.

Since 1964, we’ve aimed to provide innovative and cost effective services and products to match the needs of the University of California, enabling UC to better fulfill its missions of teaching, research, and public service.

Timeline

1964
Documents & Media began as the Duplicating Department of the University of California Medical Center

• Our first Administrative Office was in the Old Clinics Building on Parnassus.

• Our main print shop was located on Judah Street at 31st Avenue.

1972
Our Quick Copy Center was opened in the School of Nursing to manage mimeograph copying

1976
Created and managed the first Consolidated Copier Program at UCSF, managing shared satellite copiers around Parnassus

1990
Added digital production presses for large volume monochrome & color jobs and large format jobs

2005
Shifted all in-house print work to all digital presses

2006
Added basic video production capability to tell campus stories and support training efforts

2007
Added photography to make location photos and portraits available to departments

2009
Expanded our managed print services launching the UCSF Print Management Program

Took on management of the UC Hastings Law business center, providing printing services to the College and supporting their print device fleet

2010
Expanded our services to UC Berkeley and UC Office of the President (UCOP) for managed print services and campus printing

2016
Opened DM Service Center at Mission Bay in Mission Hall

2018
Launched the STUDIO Experience to support requests for digital design and application & web development

2019
Celebrated 10 years of service at UC Hastings Law

2020
Celebrated 10 years of service at UC Berkeley

2021
Celebrated 10 years of service managing the Moffit Copy Center in partnership with the UC Library at UC Berkeley