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UFIT&#;s Charged Printing service provides UF students, faculty, and staff with the ability to print to over 50 locations on campus from their personal computer/mobile device or UF workstations in libraries and learning spaces. 

We offer both black & white and color printing.  Large format poster printing is also available in certain locations.  Please visit our locations page to see what services are offered at each site.  


Mobile Printing

Need to print from your own computer or mobile device? Please visit MobilePrint at https://mobileprint.at.ufl.edu/ and log in with your GatorLink credentials.


Sours: https://print.at.ufl.edu/

Print Lab

MAIN LOCATION:Reitz Union, Lower Level

PHONE: ()

The SG Print Lab houses PCs and printers that currently enrolled UF students may use to print up to pages for FREE each semester (Fall, Spring, and Summer).
Print balances are applied during the breaks between semesters, usually the week before classes begin.

During the breaks, the SG Print Lab is closed; however, the remote print sites will remain available (with the exception of maintenance windows). During breaks, pages printed will apply to the upcoming semester&#;s allocation of pages.

REMOTE LOCATIONS:
Levin College of Law &#; Holland Law Center
Heavener Hall
Corry Village
Newell Hall
Fifield Hall

The Print Lab will reopen for the Fall on Saturday, August


SG Print Lab Summer Hours of Operation:

Monday: 9am – 9pm
Tuesday:  9am – 9pm
Wednesday: 12pm – 9pm
Thursday: 9am – 9pm
Friday: 9am – 5pm
Saturday-Sunday: 12pm – 5pm**

** HOME FOOTBALL GAME CLOSURES:
Sept. 4, 18 & 25 | Oct. 9 | Nov. 13 & 27


UPCOMING CLOSURES
PLEASE NOTE: The SG Print Lab is closed for all UF holidays and breaks.


Remote Locations:

  • Heavener Printing: Open
  • Fifield Printing: Open
  • Law School Printing: Available to Law students only
  • Graduate and Family Housing
    • Maguire & Tanglewood Printing: Available to residents of those buildings only
    • Cory & Diamond Printing: Available 8am-4pm
  • Institute of Black Culture and La Casita Printing: Available
  • Newell Hall: Available, limited hours and capacity
Sours: https://sg.ufl.edu/services/print-lab/
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Student Printing and Technology

Using your UFL email address:

Open a new email and address it to [email protected]

In the subject line, specify whether you want it to print 1-sided, 2-sided, or color using the options listed below. Please note that this is case sensitive. 

P: 1 Sided
P: 2 Sided
P: Color

The LIC does not have a color printer. The closest printing location with a color printer is Library West.

Attach your document or type the message to be printed in the body of your email.

Using a non-UFL email address:

If you want to use an email account other than your @ufl.edu account, you need to register that email address in order for the printing system to correctly identify you. To register go to https://mobileprint.at.ufl.edu/registeremail/ and enter your email address and your Gatorlink credentials.

When emailing your print job, it may take five to ten minutes for the print job to process. Larger documents take more processing time.

Sours: https://guides.law.ufl.edu/tech
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Plenty of Mobile Printing Locations at UF

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PHOTO: Female student using UF mobile print app while riding RTS bus to campus.

Printing a paper, class assignment, or organizational project is quick and easy with UFIT&#;s mobile printing service. The service allows students to conveniently print from their laptops, tablets, phones, desktops in residence halls&#;even while riding on RTS! Mobile printing at UF works with Android, iPhones and iPads, Linux, Macs, and Windows devices.

How does it work? Simply upload or email your print job, then pick it up from one of the more than 30 locations available across campus. In addition to multiple print kiosks in Marston Science Library and Library West, other convenient locations include:

  • Architecture
  • HSC &#; Communicore CG14 & CG47
  • Hub
  • New Engineering
  • Weil
  • Weimer &
  • Norman G&#;and many more!

Pricing for B/W, color, and large format print jobs is listed here. For instructions on how to use UFIT&#;s mobile printing service and to learn all of the print kiosk locations available around UF, visit our Printing Locations webpage.

Sours: https://news.it.ufl.edu/education/plenty-of-mobile-printing-locations-at-uf/

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George A. Smathers Libraries

We offer regular printing, copying and scanning at all our branches, poster (plotter) printing, 3D printing and 3D scanning at select locations.


Printing options

Printer Type Cost Location
Black & White Laser$ ($ if printing Two Sided)AFA, Education, HSC, Smathers, West and MSL
Color Laser$AFA, HSCL, Library West (3rd Floor) and MSL
Poster (Large Format Plotter)$/linear footMSL

Print now, pay later!

Printing fees are charged to your Gatorlink account. You will be e-billed at the end of the month under &#;miscellaneous&#; charges for Academic Technology printing. These charges will show up on your Student Financials account in MyUFL.

How do I check my charges?

To view your charges, visit my.ufl.edu and navigate to &#;My Campus Finances&#;.

Want to print from your laptop or mobile device?

Visit print.at.ufl.edu. Choose your printing method (upload file, web print, email print, driver print). Walk to the print release station and release your job. Pay any charges via MyUFL.

How to print from a library computer

  1. Select &#;Print&#; from your application (Word, email, browser, etc.)
  2. Choose the type of printer you want to use:
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  3. Go to the print release station, enter your Gatorlink username and password to release your job.
  4. Pay any charges through MyUFL.

Refund policy and FAQ

Please see the UF Academic Technology &#;Refund Printing&#; and FAQ pages.

Guests

All branches have a scanning option for guest users (anyone who is not a current UF faculty, staff or student). Please visit any service desk for more information.


Poster (Plotter) Printing

Available at the Marston Science Library

3D Printing

Available at the Education Library, the Health Science Center Library, and the Marston Science Library.

3D Scanning

Available at the Marston Science Library, the Architecture & Fine Arts Library, and the Health Science Center Library.

Scanning

We have wheelchair accessible KIC Bookeye scanners and flatbed scanners available. A KIC Bookeye Scanner is a digitize-on-demand system for books, magazines, and journals.

Sours: https://uflib.ufl.edu/using-the-libraries/copy-print/
How to Print From an Android Phone or Tablet (Samsung, LG, etc)

Health Science Center Libraries

We offer regular printing, copying and scanning at the HSC Library, and 3D printing and 3D scanning at the HSC Library and other select locations.


Cost

  • Black/White 2-sided: $ per side ($ per page)
  • Black/White 1-sided: $ per page
  • Color laser printing: $ per page

Print now, pay later!

Printing fees are charged to your Gatorlink account. You will be e-billed at the end of the month under &#;miscellaneous&#; charges for Academic Technology printing. These charges will show up on your Student Financials account in MyUFL.

How do I check my charges?

To view your charges, visit my.ufl.edu and navigate to &#;My Campus Finances&#;

Want to print from your laptop or mobile device?

Visit print.at.ufl.edu. Choose your printing method (upload file, web print, email print, driver print). Walk to the print release station and release your job. Pay any charges via MyUFL.

How to print from a library computer

  1. Select &#;Print&#; from your application (Word, email, browser, etc.)
  2. Choose the type of printer you want to use:
  3. Go to the print release station, enter your Gatorlink username and password to release your job.
  4. Pay any charges through MyUFL.

Refund policyand FAQ

Please see the UF Academic Technology &#;Refund Printing&#; and FAQ pages.

Guests

All branches have a scanning option for guest users (anyone who is not a current UF student, faculty or staff member). Please visit any service desk for more information.


Scanning

We have a wheelchair accessible KIC Bookeye scanner on the 2nd floor and flatbed scanners available throughout the library. A KIC Bookeye Scanner is a digitize-on-demand system for books, magazines, and journals. Please contact the Information Desk for additional information.

3D Printing

Available at the Health Science Center Library, the Education Library, and the Marston Science Library.

3D Scanning

Available at the Health Science Center Library, the Marston Science Library, and the Architecture & Fine Arts Library.

Sours: https://library.health.ufl.edu/services/printing-and-copying/

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