1) Black and white and color printing is free* for members of our university community!
2) The library has two color printers and five black and white printers.
3) "Printer's Row," on the north side of the main floor, consists of three printer release stations, four color/black and white printers. We still have one black and white printer and print release station in each of the two library classrooms (room 103 on the main floor and room 008 on the lower level).
4) Our Scanning stations are also on north side of the main floor by "Printers Row." You will need to use your enumber and password in order to print.
4) You can swipe your Jaypass at the print release stations to release your print jobs or on copiers to make photocopies.
5) Each of our printers is now distinguished by the name of a famous Chicago author: Here's a quick guide:
|New Location||New Name||Type of Printer|
|First Floor Printers Row||Brooks||Color and Black & White|
|First Floor Printers Row||Hughes||Color and Black & White|
|First Floor Printers Row||Wright||Color AND Black & White|
|First Floor Printers Row||Monroe||Color AND Black & White|
|First Floor Classroom||Sandburg||Black & White|
|Poster Printer (by appt w/ CST)||Large Format Poster Printer|
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Check out our Printing Guide for step-by-step instructions.
*Starting with the Fall 2022 semester, a free annual printing limit will be implemented to help reduce paper and ink waste. The limit will be generous, as the university want to ensure that students continue to have access to free printing. The university have reviewed printing data over five years, taking into account pandemic related printing fluctuations, and will be setting the limit at the 95th percentile of historical student printing. This means that a very small group of students may be affected by the limit.
How will the free printing limit work? At the start of each Fall semester, each student’s free printing limit will be reset to $65.00. Every print job that is released will debit from this amount.
What are the printing costs? Each printed page, either single-sided or double-sided, will incur the following charges against your free printing limit. Double-sided printing is preferred, when possible, to reduce waste and impact on the environment.
Color Page: $0.10 Black & White Page: $0.01
You may check your free printing balance by accessing the PaperCut app on myElmhurst Portal and clicking on the Summary page. Your available printing balance will appear in the Balance section.
What will happen if I reach my printing limit? You will receive an email notification if your free printing limit falls beneath $5.00. You may purchase additional printing credits in increments of $5.00 through TouchNet. While your free printing funds will refresh every year in August to $65.00 and any unused funds from the previous year will be lost, any funds that you purchased through TouchNet will carry over until they are used.
Why is the university implementing this change? In order to maintain free printing as a student benefit, the University must ensure that the benefit is not abused. A significant volume of printed pages is discarded in campus recycling, and the annual student technology fee helps to cover only a portion of student printing costs.
Can I receive a refund if a job fails to print properly? Charges for missing or defective print jobs are eligible for a refund. Refund requests must be made within 7 days of the print job date using the PaperCut app on myElmhurst Portal. To make a request, select the Recent Print Jobs tab and then click the Request Refund link next to the job for which you are requesting a refund.
How will my free printing limit be affected if I need to print as a student employee? When using printers in campus offices, print jobs will always be billed to departments and will not be debited from student printing quotas. Copy cards will be available in offices that can be used by student employees to charge copies to departments.
If you have any questions, please contact the Service Desk by email at email@example.com
Black and White Windows Printing
Color Printing Windows Printing
Have you ever needed to print a paper in a hurry? With PaperCut Web Print, you can submit print jobs to any campus printer open lab from your own computer, on or off campus. If you have selected to print on a library queue:
* Print jobs that you submit through Web Print will wait for you for 24 hours. These jobs are deleted if you do not print them at a Web Print Release Station within this time. Papercut Web print only supports the file types listed below.
Need to scan a book chapter, notes, your passport, sheet music or just a handout? Our scanning stations can print, email, save a file, scan to smartphone/tablet, or save to Google Drive, One Drive or DropBox.
Need to photocopy/enlarge/reduce a book chapter, notes, your passport, sheet music or just a handout? Our photocopiers can print and email in color or Black and white. Be sure to use the photocopier Jaypass card swiper or photocopiers touch pad to login.
If you have questions, please see someone at the Reference Desk.