Gravitas Waikato Print Shop is open at Level 2 following strict government guidelines.
Hours are 8:30am - 4:30pm Monday to Friday.
Alert Level 2 - Gravitas Waikato Print Shop is open to the public with a limited number of customers allowed in at one time. Masks are mandatory while you are in the shop as well as scanning in or recording your visit.
Ordering Course Materials
Ordering and delivery of course materials can still be done at any alert level using the method below:
Please check online to see if your course offers printed materials to purchase. If you would like to order your printed materials online please go to Media Centre.
To log in, please use your student email and password (example: [email protected]).
Welcome to Gravitas Waikato Print
Here to provide you with a total print service.
We manage your job from start to finish, ensuring the whole process runs smoothly. We have an extensive product range, a superb graphic design service and an excellent reputation for high quality and fast turnaround at competitive pricing.
- Print Consultation
- Graphic Design (on-line and print)
- Printing (including variable, personalised and large format printing)
- Print Finishing
- Merchandise (minimum quantities apply - ask in-store)
University of Waikato Merchandise
Items available for purchase in-store and online:
- Face Masks and Sleeves
- Drink bottles
- Drawstring bags
- Soft toys
Items available for purchase online only at shop.waikatouni.ac.nz:
- Other clothing apparel
Your first point of call! Our customer service team have extensive knowledge and experience in print and media.
Our in-house graphic designer will assist you in realising your vision; on-line or print.
Print and Finishing
Gravitas Waikato Print provides digital and print management services to cater for all your printing requirements.
Gravitas Waikato Print uses paper which is Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) or Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) accredited. This stock is sourced from responsibly managed forests where continuous replanting of trees occurs. Which, contrary to popular belief, is often more environmentally friendly and carries a smaller carbon footprint than recycled paper.