Black-and-white and color printing is available in the computer clusters located in the Library and in the Student Common areas across campus. Printing in these areas is associated with an online student account system. To access the account for printing or adding money, students will use their network login. There are tutorials available on using the print management system.
Every student is allocated $5.00 at the beginning of each semester. Students can also add funds to their account to purchase additional prints after the allocation is spent. This may be done at the coin vend machines or at the circulation desk in the library
There are three black and white printers and one color copier/scanner/printer located in the library for student printing.
The cost for printing is:
|Single Page – B&W||$0.05/page|
|Double-side – B&W||$0.09|
|Single page – Color||$0.65/page|
|Double-side – Color||$1.00|
|Fax||$0.50/page minus cover sheet|
Responsibility for Charges
Students are responsible for all printing charges incurred by computers linked to your WesternU Print Management account. If charges exceed your available balance you will not be able to print until you deposit more funds.
It is your responsibility to know the rates charged for printing/copying and to keep track of your pending print/copy jobs. When the job you submit prints, resources are consumed – even if you’re not there to pick it up. No credits will be issued for jobs printed by mistake or which do not have the appearance you expected – preview your jobs before submitting them. Use the Print Kiosk to list print jobs or cancel your pending print jobs.
In the event of hardware failure (toner streaking or running out, paper jam resulting in a torn or partially printed page), you must bring the failed pages to the Circulation Desk in the Library for verification within 24 hours of the incident to be issued a credit.
Deposits are Non-Refundable
Deposits to your print management account are non-refundable. Only deposit an amount you expect to use during your time here at Western University.