Use printers on the campus network, even from your own device
Printing on the campus network
All printing on campus is via networked multi function devices (MFDs) and printers. You can also use MFDs for copying and scanning.
Whether you’re working on a networked PC on campus, or on a personal device on or off campus, you send your print jobs to a holding queue. Then, when you’re next on campus, you can print from this queue at any MFD. (Direct printing from USB is not possible.)
And you can use the PaperCut online print service to manage your print queue and top up your print budget.
Not sure where to start?
See our guides for more, including printing from personal devices and paying for printing.
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Last updated on 13 February 2024
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- Quick Guide: Scanning using MFDs
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- Print from iOS device
- Print from Android device
- Print charges and paying for printing
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