Answered By: Nancy Schuler
Last Updated: Aug 18, 2019     Views: 361

You can print from one of the computers in the library, or from your laptop, using Papercut, a program that allows print requests to be submitted from anywhere on campus and then released in the Library Copy Room or 24/7 Computer Lab.

Using PaperCut is a 2 step process.

1) Submit a print job.
If you are working on a PC in the Library, you can print directly from the print menu in the program you are using.  This will send print jobs directly to the selected printer for release.  To print in color, select  Student-Color (color prints) from the printer menu. 

You can also print from your laptop by logging into Papercut.
Once logged in, click Web Print from the left menu and follow the prompts to upload your document. For single-sided color printing, select Student-Color.  For double-sided color printing, select Student-Duplex-Color.

2) Release a print job.
Once you have submitted your document, go to the Copy Room or 24/7 Computer Lab and located the Color print release computer.  Release your job by logging into the desired release station, and clicking ‘Print’ for each job you want to print.

Color printing is $0.25 per page.

More information about student printing can be found on the ITS Student Printing page.

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