Below you will find information on the services the Dukes Business Service Center provides.
Dukes representatives are available to help faculty and staff with copy needs throughout their shift. We encourage you to submit copies with enough advance timing, but will do our best to accommodate last minute requests. Copy Requests Forms should be submitted with each copy job. Download Copy Request Form here.
Faculty and staff may send print jobs to the copiers in the Dukes Business Service Center. To learn more, please click here.
Students may send print jobs to the Smart Print Printer. Instructions for how to print directly to that printer are located at the Dukes Business Service Desk. NOTE: As with all technology, sometimes the printer malfunctions and repairs are not always feasible on the same day. Students at Dukes are not allowed to print student jobs from their PC. If the Smart Print printer is down, students must go to the University Library to print their document.
Faculty, staff, students, and visitors can drop off items for others to pick up. Those picking up items can retrieve them during the Center's regular business hours. The DBCS also has a drop box where individuals can leave items after hours. All items dropped off during after-hours will be delivered the next working day.
Items lost and found in Lucas Hall can be dropped off and claimed at the Dukes Business Service Center.
Pick up pencils, bluebooks, and other basic supplies in an emergency. Quantities are limited and supply is not guaranteed. You may refer to the Supply List for pricing.
Staff can help you reserve a room in Lucas Hall for your organization's meeting. To find out what you can reserve, please refer to the Room List. Download Room List PDF here.
Santa Clara University Leavey School of Business recognizes the need to disseminate information to its students, staff, and faculty members. In an effort to disseminate information, only certain approved Business School groups will be allowed to "table" in Lucas Hall.
Tabling in Lucas Hall is limited to Wednesdays and Thursdays of each week and must be requested, scheduled, and approved. Requests for tables should be submitted to Dukes-BusCtr@scu.edu. Tabling is only available for groups with a direct connection to business students.
Posting fliers in Lucas Hall can assist student organizations and university departments maximize exposure by reaching students in the Leavey School of Business. While posting of such information can be valuable to organizations and departments, we must also balance the need for equity and appropriateness of all postings. It is for this reason the following guidelines have been provided.
All posters and fliers must be approved by the Dukes Business Service Center. To ensure that posters are placed on appropriate surfaces, all posters will be hung by staff members.
Posters may not include any mention, either implied or explicit, of alcohol or drugs and must be done in “good taste” (at the discretion of the Operation’s Director). Posters that contain material that is deemed to be offensive (nudity, foul language) or degrading to others, either implicitly or explicitly, based on race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, ability, or social class will not be approved.
All postings submitted for approval must meet the university's requirements for content, including the ADA compliance statement, Speakers Policy statement, and/or contact information when appropriate. (See Content in Student Handbook on page 45 for exact guidelines)
Posters and fliers must be no larger than 11 inches by 14 inches.
Postings will only be approved for campus organizations, departments or campus-sponsored events. Preference is given to postings that are specifically geared toward Leavey School of Business students.
Hanging banners, posters, and stickers throughout Lucas Hall is prohibited. Fliers may only be posted on the Duke’s Corkboard.
If you would like to have information disseminated through our digital signs, please go to this page to submit your flier.
Failure to follow these guidelines may result in the loss of posting privileges in Lucas Hall.
Exceptions may be made at the discretion of the Director of Operations.