Cost to Print or Copy
- Black & White Copying: 1 credit per page.
- Black & White Printing: 1 credit per page. (Duplex is discounted as 1)
- Color Printing: 4 credits per page.
- Please note that the library observes copyright restrictions on copies and printouts.
Print via Email Attachments (by computer, laptop, tablet, or phone)
As long as you can send an email, you can print simple what-you-see-is-what-you-get PDFs/MS Office/picture files (no duplex, PowerPoint handouts layouts, custom range, orientation change). Compose a new email with your @my.uwest.edu* email and attach your document(s). Send this email to the printer's email:
email@example.com - Black and white printer at the library.
firstname.lastname@example.org - Color printer at the library.
email@example.com - Black and white printer at ED233.
firstname.lastname@example.org - Color printer at ED233.
email@example.com - Black and white printer at Dorm A.
firstname.lastname@example.org - Black and white printer at the Rec Center.
*If you send via a non-UWest email address, you will receive a reply email with additional instructions to link your account to that email. You must be on campus UW-STU wifi. Subsequent printing via this email will no longer require campus wifi.
Print via File Uploads
You can print simple what-you-see-is-what-you-get PDFs/MS Office/picture files (no duplex, PowerPoint handouts layouts, custom range, orientation change) by uploading the files to the library's Web Print website http://webprint.uwest.edu (you must be on the campus student wifi network UW-STU). Log in with your library account and you will be prompted to pick a printer and upload the files to print.
Print via Personal Laptop w/ Papercut Installation
If you want to print from your own laptop with all the custom features of printouts (duplex, paper orientation, size, etc.), you will need to setup the printer(s) and the Papercut printing program on your computer:
- Windows (Open this file. Win8/10: Select the small 'More Info' link & 'Install Anyway.' Follow the instructions on screen and note the login information.)
- MAC (Manual setup instructions)
Print via Campus Computers
Students may print directly to nearby printers when logged into campus computers in the library or the computer lab. The location of the printer is in the printer name.
Printing for Guests or One-off Printing
Simple what-you-see-is-what-you-get PDFs/MS Office/picture files (no duplex, PowerPoint handouts layouts, custom range, orientation change) printing is available for guests via email attachment at the library. Send an email with the file to print to:
Guest printouts are released at the library circulation desk.
There will be a semester quota for every registered student who has paid their comprehensive fee during the semester registration. Quotas do not roll over, but during every new semester there will be a new quota placed in the account. More credits can be purchased at the circulation desk. Purchased credits will roll over to next semester.
Credits are sold as follows:
- Under 50 credits (10 cents per credit)
- 50 credits for $3.50 (7 cents per credit)
- 100 credits for $6.50 (6.5 cents per credit)
- 200 credits for $12.00 (6 cents per credit)
- 1000 credits for $50.00 (5 cents per credit)
For credits or amounts in between the list above, rates are applied by the last threshold reached: 150 credits will cost $9.75 (6.5 cents per credit)
Official Student Organizations & Clubs: 5 cents per credit, no minimum.
If you have credits in your account, you will not need to come by the circulation desk to pick up your prints. Your documents will release to the printer immediately. If you do not have your own account, or you are a guest user, you should hit 'print' first, and pay at the circulation desk. Your print job will then be released.
The library offers "strip binding" of papers for projects or presentations.
(1) $4.00 minimum charge per bound copy (1-200 physical pages).
(2) $1.00 for every 100 physical pages (inclusive) after 200 physical pages.