The standard computing services allows students to print up to 400 black-and-white pages per term at no cost to all ITS Campus Computing Sites printers. (Double-sided printing counts as two pages.) Additional black-and-white pages are charged at $0.06 per printed side.
You can determine how many pages you've printed at the MPrint Usage page.
Billing methods for black-and-white printing beyond the 400 pages included in the standard computing services, as well as all color printing are:
Students will be billed directly to their university student account and costs will appear on their tuition statements.
Faculty and staff must have made prior funding arrangements using a departmental ShortCode. Complete the UMCE Top Level Account Management form or call the ITS Service Center at 734-764-4357 (4-HELP).
Yes. The College of Engineering provides a supplemental print allocation to eligible student CAEN account holders that will be utilized automatically when you exhaust your standard computing services allocation. The supplemental print allocation may be used at any ITS Campus Computing Sites printer.
Campus Computing Sites has switched to 30% post-consumer recycled paper for all black-and-white printing services and 100% post-consumer recycled paper for all color printing services. The acid-free recycled paper is Environmental Chlorine-Free (ECF).
ITS and the Provost's Office hope to be able to keep service levels high (and the price of printing low), but our ability to do so depends in part on whether students use printing resources in a responsible and appropriate way.
DO NOT insert different paper or other materials into the printers (i.e., resumé paper or transparency sheets). These objects may jam and damage the printer's inner components, for which you will be held responsible.
DO NOT take paper from the Sites printers. Removing paper from the Sites printers is considered as an act of theft, and disciplinary action will be taken.
DO NOT power off the printers. If you are experiencing any problems with the printers, contact the Sites staff or report the problem by calling 734-764-4357 (4-HELP).
Don't forget that by following a few environmentally responsible practices we can significantly reduce the amount of unusable output we create in the Sites. A few simple resource-saving techniques include: