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Can I print in the library?

Last Updated: Jun 06, 2012  |  14 Views

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Yes, you can print in the library.  There are three printers in the library building:

  • Library Upstairs Ricoh on pserver2 (upstairs lab)
  • Library 103 Copier (Mac lab)
  • Library Color Printer - 25¢ per page (at the circulation desk)

If you are a current student, faculty or staff member, there is no charge for black-and-white printing. There is no limit on the number of pages you can print.*  

The upstairs lab and mac lab printers will (by default) print on both sides of the paper. You can change this option in the printing preferences menu. These machines also have scanning and copying capabilities.

You will be charged 25¢ per page for any color prints. The color printer does not do double-sided printing unless you manually turn the paper in the tray. 

*The DC Computer Policy makes it clear that all information systems are to be used for non-commercial purposes.

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