Did you have to print it on acid-free paper too? They tap you for more extras than closing on a house.
Congrats. We may have to figure out a way to celebrate later this year...
If there were paper quality requirements, I missed them. I used our lab printer and printed the two for the grad school on plain paper, and the other four on fancy paper. That's how it was labeled anyway, someone put a sticky note on it that said "fancy paper". I was prepared to buy a the paper myself, but didn't have to. And I wasn't about to pay them to print it for me, $0.06 per page seems reasonable for black and white, but $0.49 per page for color? No way. I have a lot of color figures and tables.
I'm sure we can figure out a way to celebrate
My postdoc paperwork isn't worked out yet, so as of this Friday I'll be officially unemployed. I think they still expect me to show up for work though.
Have fun. I was stuck in that particular limbo the entire summer between undergrad and grad school. It did make for a nice first check once the office staff processed everything at the beginning of the fall semester though.
It will get worked out. Or it won't.
Something will if that doesn't though, I'm not too concerned. Yet.