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Printing your work

All our computers have access to high quality laser printers that print both colour and black and white.

print-creditFirst year students receive an initial print quota of £2.50. When this is used up you must purchase extra print quota online (see below).

Prices for printing can be found on the print, scan and copy page.

You can check your current balance and a short history of recent print jobs from any student machine in a Learning Resource Centre (LRC) by clicking on the PaperCut icon on your desktop.

Online payment

You pay for printing and photocopying via PaperCut online.

Printing will still be done on campus but students can make payments on and off site by visiting:
https://myprint.solent.ac.uk/

The link is also available through the apps menu on the portal.

Payments can be made with Electron, Delta, Switch, Maestro (UK only), MasterCard and Visa. The University does not currently accept the American Express or Diners Card.

Refunds

Refunds cannot be given for unused print credit.

Your print credit will be refunded if the printer does not print your work satisfactorily due to a printer fault. In this case, bring all the affected output to the help desk who will be pleased to give you a refund of print credit.

Refunds will not be given if the mistake is yours (such as choosing the wrong output or asking for too many copies) or if you have credit left at the end of term. 

Mobile and remote printing

You should also be able to print from your own laptop or mobile device.

If you have any questions about printing please do not hesitate to ask at one of the LRC Help Desks, alternatively look at the printing from graphical packages page for more hints and tips.  

Page last updated on Friday 4 March 2016 at 10.25am.

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