In order to connect to GRCWIFI, you will need to have first set up your Green River Network Password (from Fall 2021, this is your student email password). If you are a new student, you can set this password using the password manager below:
Come visit us in the Holman Library Information Commons or the Technology Center Open Computer Labs for more assistance during normal business hours!
When you are not in a campus building, wifi is available in the parking lot of the Trades complex area on the main campus
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Students can print PDF, Word, Excel, PowerPoint documents and common image formats including .jpeg, .tif, .gif, and .png from their wireless devices to printers in the Green River open labs in Holman Library (HL), Technology Center (TC), and Kent campus using their student email accounts.
Log in to your Green River Student email account.
Address a new email to one of the following email addresses:
Attach your document(s) to the email:
Valid Formats: Documents must be in one of these formats: PDF, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, .jpeg, .tif, .gif, or .png.
Attachment Requirement: Documents must be attached as a "copy" (not "shared" from OneDrive or SharePoint).
Click Send. You will receive an email confirming your print job.
Go to a Print Release Station in Holman Library or the Technology Building.
Log in to the Print Release Station using your Green River student email and email password to print the document(s).
If you are not at a computer lab and need something printed, the library is able to take printing requests for you to come pickup or receive by mail!
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!
Source: "How to request printing from Holman Library" by Holman Library is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0Learn how you can request to have assignments and other course materials printed by the Holman Library during the COVID-19 pandemic reduction of on-campus services.