Many computer lab classrooms and computer common areas have shared network printers available. These can be accessed from the desktop computers in that room, or from your personally-owned notebook computer. These printers are a shared resource--please be courteous.
Faculty and Staff Printing
Shared Network Printers
Most offices and departments have a shared network printer available for employee use. Learn how to add a network printer on your Microsoft Windows campus computer.
The University's Printer Policy governs printing by Faculty and Staff. Shared networked printers are provided through a central contract managed by the Office of Procurement and Payment Services, or by department purchase of supported print-only devices from the Storefront. Employees are expected to use the department's shared networked printers for their printing and copying needs.
Departments are responsible for the cost of these shared printers located in their areas, and for purchasing and installing consumable supplies - including paper, toner and ink. Note that toner is included as part of the contract for shared MFP devices.
Technology Services provides support for the shared networked printers obtained as part of the university contract or through the Storefront. Legacy directly attached printers are supported by Technology Services on a "best effort" basis and often will require longer lead times and referring the user to the printer manufacturer's service center for vendor support.
Please visit the Ricoh Copier FAQ for more information about using the shared networked MFP printers.