Print, Copy, Scan, and Fax
Copy & Print
MavCARD copiers (black-and-white & color) are located on the first and second floors of the library. Copiers accept your MavCARD ID and guest print card for payment (see details below).
- Cost of copying with your ID/guest print card: 7¢/page
Black-and-white and color laser printing from the public-access computers is available using your MavCARD ID or guest print card. All workstations print to both the first floor and second floor print centers. Print jobs are sent to the print stations, located on either floors near the service desks.
- Black-and-white printing is 7¢/page
- Color printing is 40¢/page
WEPA can be used by anyone with an account. Plug a USB drive into the kiosk, download the WEPA app directly to your device, or use the WEPA cloud to drop files into. Login with your credentials at the kiosk and your print jobs will be waiting.
Payment can be made via credit/debit card at the kiosk, or funds can be added to your WEPA account from the website, or you can use the guest MavCARD on campus.
A photocopy/print machine modified to assist patrons who are unable to use conventional height copiers is available on the second floor of the library in the print center just east of the Main Service Desk.
Scan & Fax
Three microfilm/microfiche reader/scanners and one microfiche/card reader/scanner are available east of the microfilm filing cabinets on first floor. These units can scan microfilm/fiche and send images to the print station using your MavCARD ID/guest print card. Images can also be stored on your personal storage device or emailed.
- Cost: 7¢/page
Wheelchair accessible microform copier/readers are available east of the microfilm filing cabinets on first floor.
Two scanning workstations are located east of the Main Service Desk on the second floor. These workstations are equipped with the most recent versions of Adobe Photoshop (for image scanning) and OmniPage Pro (for text scanning).
Both scanning workstations feature flatbed scan, allowing for scanning sizes up to 8.5" x 11".
Wheelchair accessible scanners are located on the second floor, north-east of the service desk.
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