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Printing in the labs

Self-serve black-and-white and colour printing is provided through PaperCut. This service is available in most computer labs and libraries across campus.

Printing with PaperCut

All current students, staff, and faculty are eligible to use PaperCut. All you need is a valid NetLink ID and ONECard flex funds to print. You don’t need your physical ONECard to print.

All our locations have black-and-white printing for $0.12 per page. Colour printing is available in BEC and Clearihue. It costs $0.40 per page.

Refunds are not available for user error or unused ONECard flex funds.

How to print using PaperCut

All our lab computers are already set up to print using PaperCut. Printing is available any time during computer lab operating hours.

PaperCut printing is also available in the McPherson Library and several other labs on campus.

You can also set up Papercut Mobility on your own devices for quicker printing. No need to email yourself documents anymore! 

Support

 Setting up PaperCut Mobility

You can find step-by-step instructions for installing PaperCut Mobility for macOS on their support site.

If you're setting up PaperCut Mobility off-campus, make sure to connect to UVic VPN before you start.

You can find step-by-step instructions for installing PaperCut mobility for Windows on their support site.

If you're setting up PaperCut mobility off-campus, make sure to connect to UVic VPN before you start.

You can find step-by-step instructions for installing PaperCut mobility for Chrome OS or mobile devices on their support site.

If you're setting up PaperCut mobility off-campus, make sure to connect to UVic VPN before you start.

Need help?

The support desk staff can answer any printing questions and help with troubleshooting PaperCut mobility. Staff can also reprint your job if it fails for technical reasons like paper jams, streaking toner, or equipment failure.

You can also contact us for help with any questions about UVic technology, services, or accounts.

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