The Orifice | UW Engineering Society

By: Uw Engineering Society  09-12-2011

Location: CPH 1327
This is the office out of which EngSoc operates. You don't need to be a class rep or an EngSoc Exec to be welcome - anyone can be an Orifice denizen!

Located in Carl Pollock Hall 1327 (down the hall from the First Year Office), the Orifice has:

  • Photocopying ($0.10)
  • Report binding ($1.50)
  • Transparencies ($0.50)
  • Lamination ($0.50)
  • Custom Buttons ($0.15 each)
  • Courtesy phone (In the E2 Foyer)
  • Sign-up sheets and tickets for EngSoc events
  • Faxing:
    • Send Local: $0.50 first page + $0.10/additional page
    • Send Long Distance: $1.50 first page + $0.10/additional page
    • Recieve: $0.10
  • Office Supplies:
    • Pencil Lead 0.50 and 0.70 ($0.50)
    • Mechanical Pencils: BIC ($0.45), Comfortmate ($1.10)
    • Pen ($0.25)
    • Eraser ($0.80)
    • Whiteout ($0.85)
    • Graph Paper ($0.30)
    • Lined Paper ($0.25)
    • Tissue ($0.75/pack)

The office is open from 8:30 to 4:30 (or anytime the door's propped open), so don't be afraid to come on in and say hi to everyone. You can't miss it, it's the room with the big EngSoc crest next to the door.

The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

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