Print from a University PC. When you send a document to print, it will be queued
rather than print immediately. When you are ready you can login to the Smart
Printer to release the document. Find a Smart Printer...
Find a Smart Printer. How to find a Smart Printer on campus. At the moment
students can only print to student Smart Printers. Staff can print to both staff and
student Smart Printers and do not pay for printing. Some printers may be found in
secure areas, which you may or may not have access to. This depends on your
Materials Printing. The Department of Materials operates a fleet of around 70
networked printers - a mixture of personal printers, research group shared
printers plus some larger departmental printers. In addition there are colour
photocopiers available in each building which are also listed as network printers
Windows PCs. Managed Windows PCs should automatically connect you to the
correct printers. Please contact the Service Desk if this is not happening as we
may need to adjust your access. Include the location of the printer and its model.
The computers are managed by the University Computing Service. There is
UniOfCam and Eduroam WiFi throughout the library for using laptops. There are
two computer rooms in the library, one upstairs (UCR) with colour printing and a
scanner and one downstairs (DCR) with a black and white printer and a scanner.
Before you print. Check you have enough credit on your print account. On the PC.
In your document, select Print; Choose a print queue; Secure Mono for black and
white at 3p per page; Secure Colour for colour at 18p per page; Your printing will
remain in the print queue for up to 24 hours before being deleted. At the printer.
There are Multi-Function Devices (MFDs) for printing from the student computers
located in the Library, School of Management, Austin Pearce, Learning Centre
and Duke of Kent building. The SurreyPrint service holds your print job in one
central print queue. This enables you to securely retrieve your print job from any
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