ITS General Computing

Printing FAQ

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How much can I print at Campus Computing Sites?

As part of your standard computing services, you have a quota of black-and-white printing per term at no charge on the laser printers at the Campus Computing Sites and at the University Library. Additional printing costs six cents per printed side of page. Printing resources are provided to support academic activities and should be used responsibly; they are not for personal use.

If you are a student, any additional printing cost is charged to your student account (the same account your tuition is billed to). Faculty and staff members should talk with their departmental administrator or the people at the ITS Service Center for help with billing for printing.

Color printers are available at the Angell Hall Courtyard, School of Social Work, the Medical School's Learning Resource Center, and the Duderstadt Center Sites for a fee.

For more about printing at the Campus Computing Sites, see the Sites Printing Page.

How do I check to see how much printing (that is, how many pages I can print at no charge) I have left?

As part of your standard computing services, you have a quota of black-and-white printing per term at no charge on the laser printers at the Campus Computing Sites. Additional printing costs six cents per printed side of page. To find out how much of your quota you have used, visit the MPrint usage page.

Can I print to Sites printers from my own computer? (MPrint)

Yes! You can use MPrint via the web to print to any Campus Computing Sites printer from your own computer.

My question about printing isn't in this list. Who can I ask for help?

The ITS Service Center can answer your questions about printing at U-M.

These services are available to members of the University of Michigan community only.