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Technology Services supports student printing in the following locations:
- Boggs Technology Commons (Uptown)
- Howard-Tilton Memorial Library (Uptown) b/w and color
- Willow Technology Commons (Uptown) b/w and color
Costs are 10¢ per page b/w, 70¢ color (single sheet or duplex)
Some schools and departments support student printing as well:
- A.B. Freeman School of Business (Uptown)
- Matas Medical Library- 2nd floor, Hutchinson Building (Downtown)
- Newcomb-Tulane College - Cudd Hall (Uptown)
- Newcomb Language Learning Lab - 4th floor, Newcomb Hall (Uptown)
- School of Architecture - Richardson Memorial (Uptown)
- School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine - Tidewater (Downtown)
- Wall Residential College (uptown) Costs at these locations are set by the school or department.
Use the My Print Center web page at https://pharos.tulane.edu to upload documents to print or to manage your print queue. See this knowledge base article for more information.
Use your Tulane e-mail to send a document to email@example.com and automatically add it to your print queue.
With the wireless printing service, Tulane users can send print jobs directly from their laptop to printers on campus. Wireless print jobs show up on the printer release stations like any other print job and may be selected for printing using your Tulane Splash Card, just as you normally do. There is no additional cost for this service.
To enable wireless printing, you must download the required drivers for your operating system.
Getting started with wireless printing
Select the driver package for your computer and operating system.
Once downloaded, launch the printer package to install. Installation is automatic and will require no additional choices or input from the user.
When you are ready to print your document, print normally and select the printer you would like to print to.
You will be asked to enter your Tulane user ID. You must use your Tulane username to be able to release the job later.
The wireless print service will also check periodically to make sure that you have the latest wireless print drivers. You will see occasional notices indicating that the system is checking your drivers and updating them if necessary.
Wireless print support
For help setting up or operating the wireless print service visit the Technology Desk on the first floor of the Howard-Tilton Library.
Please send any comments or questions about wireless printing to firstname.lastname@example.org.