For assistance with printing, copying or scanning, ask a library roamer or go to the Circulation Desk.
Public printing is available in the J. Murrey Atkins Library on the ground, first, and second floors. The cost is 9¢ per page for black-and-white and 30¢ for color. The printers are networked so users can pick up their print jobs at whichever printer is most convenient. The photocopiers also function as printers. For specialty print jobs such as printing large format or using special paper, see the Repros Copy Center.
3D printing is also available by request to the Technology Support Desk located on the second floor. For more information about 3D printing and submitting 3D printing requests, contact the Technology Services staff through the Technology Support Desk.
Paying for Printing and Copying
Students can pay for printing and copying using funds from their 49er Account deposited on their 49er ID card. This account is separate from the Optional Dining Account, although both reside on the 49er ID card. Add funds to your card in the following ways: with cash at the Value Transfer Stations (VTS) on the first and second floors; online with a debit or credit card at the Auxiliary Services website (click on Account Online); or in-person using cash, debit, or credit by going to the 49er Card Office in the Student Union.
Visitors can pay for prints and copies by purchasing a guest card at the Value Transfer Stations (VTS) on the first and second floors. The cost of the card is $1.00. This includes 50¢ for the card itself and 50¢ in print funds. Additional funds may be added using the VTS machines. When purchasing a guest card, please read the display and follow the instructions carefully to avoid losing your money.
The machines do not accept coins and do not give change; there is no change available in the building.
The Scannx Book ScanCenter is a self-service book scanning station that creates digital copies of printed material. The Scannx station features a flatbed document scanner, optical character recognition technology, and a touchscreen interface. Users can scan individual sheets or bound materials to create PDFs or JPEG documents and email them as attachments or save to a flash drive.
Notetakers for Disability Services are encouraged to use this station to easily scan and upload notes.