There is an exciting update to printing for fall 2020! We are piloting a contactless release option this fall. If you have a smartphone or tablet, bring it to the printer and follow the signs to scan the QR code and release your job when it's your turn.
Papercut Mobility Print allows for native printing from your macOS, Windows, iOS, Android, or Chrome device. Instructions vary depending on the device OS, but the basic idea is the same: set up the printer once, then you can print to MobilityPrint and release your job at one of 13 release stations around campus.
Black and white printing is still free
When you use the MobilityPrint queue and then release your job(s) at one of the release stations, printing is free! You should see an initial quota of 1000 pages if you check online. If your computer is showing you a quota, though, chances are you need to remove the old PaperCut Client.
Free increases can still be requested via the Computing Help Desk and our online form.
When preparing a print job to the mobilityprint printer, always check the paper size before sending!
For example, in Chrome on a Mac: File > Print > Change > mobilityprint > More settings > Paper size > Letter
Release your Mobility Print job at one of many locations on campus
HP Printers and Release Stations can be found in
- Clapp Library - 2 printers on the main floor reading room and 1 printer in the Knapp Center
- Music Library - 1 printer
- Science Center - 2 printers on the ground floor by the elevators
- MOD 4 hallway - 1 printer
- Pendleton East - 1 printer on the 3rd floor
- Residence Halls - 1 printer in Bates, Shafer, Stone-Davis, and Tower
Copy and Scan to Email/Google Drive/PDF on the MFDs
Large Multi-Function Devices (aka MFDs) can be used for copying and scanning to PDF/email and now Google Drive. Copying will still be deducted from your PaperCut balance.
Copy/Scan MFDs can be found in
- Clapp Library (main floor reading room)
- Science Center (ground floor)
- Art Library
- Music Library
Color Printing is available in Clapp and Science for $.20 per page
In order to cover the cost of color printing, the per page charge is $.20. Color jobs can now be released at the Clapp Library (main floor reading room) or Science Center (ground floor) at the labeled color printers. The charges will be billed to your Workday account.
Learn how to set up to print from your device to color-20cents. Instructions vary depending on the device OS, but the basic idea is the same: set up the printer once, then you can print to color-20cents and release your job at one of the color release stations in Clapp and Science. Reminder: The charges will be billed to your Workday account.
When preparing a print job to the color printer, always check the paper size before sending!
For example, in Chrome on a Mac: File > Print > Change > color-20cents > More settings > Paper size > Letter
Contact the Computing Help Desk with any questions or problems printing. We want to solve your problems quickly!