Printing and Scanning on Campus

St. Cloud State University uses a printing system called HuskyPrint that allows students to use their Campus Card to print documents on campus printers. Every SCSU student automatically has a printing quota of 200 black and white pages without charge each semester, funded by the Student Technology Fee.

SCSU computer labs are equipped with black-and-white laser printers. Color printers are available in the Miller Center and the Kiehle Visual Arts Center. User instructions are posted near each printer, and Lab Consultants can help you.

New! Two-sided (duplex) printing is now the default in most General Access Labs on campus. You still have the option of one-sided printing in all of these labs. Request information about this option at the lab consultant desk.

Quick tips

Printing costs

  • Black-and-white (one-sided) $0.04
  • Black-and-white (two-sided) $0.07
  • Color (8.5 x 11) $0.25
  • Color (11 x 17) $0.50
  • Color (transparency) $1.25

Adding Additional Funds for Printing

If you use up your printing quota, you can place additional funds into Campus Cash on your Campus Card. You can add funds to your card at any campus value adding station.

HuskyPrint for ResNet, Campus Wired Plug-in and Wireless Users

HuskyPrint is also available for use by ResNet (Residence Hall Network) users and by those using a campus wired access plug-in (open data jack) or wireless connection.

Students in the residence halls can print to the front desk and have their ResNet printing apply toward their quota.

Wired plug-in and wireless users can print from their laptops to printers in the Miller Center and printers in the ECC open computer lab.

Installation instructions for HuskyPrint

Scanners

Most General Access Labs have flatbed scanners for scanning photos or documents. Scanners are available for Windows and Macintosh computers, and detailed user instructions are located on each.

Quick tips

Fast facts

  • Tech Fee deposits $8 into a separate account on your Campus Card for printing.
  • Print fund balances do not carry forward to the next semester.
  • Print queues hold your documents for 90 minutes.
  • Most printers in the curriculum-related labs accept Campus Card printing funds.

Multi-Function Devices

Copiers and multi-function (MFDs) devices have become affordable and convenient. However, these devices present a security risk. View the procedure guide to assist you with the management of MFDs in your department.

 

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