Answered By: Rich Gause Last Updated: Dec 12, 2014 Views: 1601
Yes. For the most up-to-date information about printing in the UCF Libraries see Print, Copy, Scan.
Wireless Printing in the UCF Libraries: You can send your print jobs via wireless to various campus printers using the UCF Printing (PaperCut) service. You must log in to the service with your NID and NID password and then select Web Print. Then you select "Submit a job" and on the resulting screen select which location you want to receive your print job, e.g., UCF Libraries--John C. Hitt Library--Black & White. Then you locate the file to be printed from your computer and upload it.
After you send a black & white print job to the John C. Hitt Library you can release it from any of the black & white print release stations in the library.
From the Campus Printing Service you can also select a particular printer in another campus building, e.g., Tech Commons II, Classroom Building I, HPA II. Printing charges apply.
You can also use wireless to send your print jobs to the SGA Express Lab in the Student Union.
See SGA Computer Labs for more information.
Another option is to transfer your files to a library computer with a flash drive. Connecting to the printer network in the library requires specific configurations and security settings which are not available for non-library computers. If you save your file to a flash drive then you can open it on a library computer and print from there. If you don't have a flash drive, bring your laptop computer to the Research & Information Desk on the entrance floor where staff can loan you a flash drive to use in printing your document.