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Printing During COVID (Printing Delivery & Pickup)
The Library Can Print for You!
Though the library building is closed to the public, we are able to print for you!
- Print personal work and a limited amount of copyrighted work, within guidelines.
- Send your printing via mail or have it available for you to come pick up.
- Print black & white, color, and larger posters.
Note: All printing will use your printing points. For more information about printing formats and printing points, please see the rest of this guide.
Want something printed? Please fill out the form below!
In order to reduce the impact of paper use and printing on our environment, the default on all printers in the Information Commons is set to print two-sided pages.
- If you would like help printing single-sided pages, please ask a librarian or student assistant for help in the IC or TC labs.
At the beginning of each quarter, all currently enrolled students receive a print allocation credit of 350 points. Points are automatically debited every time you print or copy.
- Black & white copies are one (1) point per side. [2-sided copy = 2 points]
- Black & white prints are one (1) point for each piece of paper. [2-sided printout = 1 point]
- Color prints are ten (10) points.
- Posters are one hundred (100) points.
- Unused points accumulate from quarter to quarter, until a maximum of 1000 points is reached.
- If you do not attend Green River for 6 months, your account will be deleted along with accumulated points.
You may add points at a cost of $.05/point to your account by purchasing $1, $5, or $10 print cards (20, 100, and 200pts) by calling the library at (253) 931-6480.
Check Your Print Points
You can check how many print points you have on any campus computer. If you are not on campus, you can check with the Student Virtual Desktop. Watch this video with instructions: