Most printers across both campuses are multi-function printer/photocopier/scanner devices, holding both A4 and A3 paper.
Activate campus card for printing
Before you can release print jobs, you'll need to activate your campus card by tapping on a printer readerand logging in using the touch screen.
Printing from a PC or Mac
When printing from open access computers, ensure ‘Printing on campus’ or 'Campus printing' is the selected printer.
Your print jobs are added to your queue ready for release.
Mobile printing (WebPrint)
Mobile printing is accessed via webprint.chi.ac.uk or from the 'IT Services' link in Moodle.
It enables you to submit a print job from any mobile device, for example:
- Upload a file through the WebPrint page
- Email an attached document using the 'email print' service
- Install the University printer on a personal laptop then submit your print job
Releasing print jobs
You can release print jobs from any printer on either campus.
Tap your campus card to identify yourselfthen use the touch screen to select and release jobs.
If you don't have your campus card with you, use the touch screen to enter your username and password.
Print jobs remain in your queue for up to 72 hours ready for release.
You are charged when you release a print job.
Topping-up print credit
You are given £2 print credit to get started.
You can top-up your credit via the following methods:
- Online via the 'IT Services' link in Moodle
- Via the wall mounted top-up machine in the LRC on each campus
- At the SIZ counter
A list of prices for black and white, or colour printing, can be found on the Printing costs help page.
A wide range of specialised printing services are available through the PrintShop.
These can be used for your student work, personal, or commercial printing.
More information: PrintShop