Print, scan and copy
Includes how and where you can print, copying and scanning and buying print credit.
There are more than 160 MyPrint devices in over 40 locations across the campus. In addition to printing all MyPrint devices can be used to photocopy and scan too.
The Print & Copy Bureau provides a range of printing and copying services for staff and students. Services include laminating, printing on heavier weight paper, binding, posters, banners and booklets.
You can send work from the Library or Cluster computer you are working on and collect it from any MyPrint device at a time that suits you.
Use MobilePrint to print from any internet connected device. You can either upload your documents or email them as attachments, and they will be ready for collection within 5 minutes from any of the MyPrint devices across campus.
The charge for printing and copying on MyPrint depend on the options chosen. Scanning is charged at a flat rate.
Find out how to buy MyPrint credits and how to get refunds.
You can use the MyPrint Portal to view your printing history and available credit.
By default MyPrint will print double-sided on A4 in black and white. If you need to print colour, A3 or single-sided copies you will need to change your printer settings.
All MyPrint devices can be used to scan or photocopy documents.
If your department is signed up to the MyPrint service you can use any of the 160 MyPrint devices across the campus. Find out how to install and use the MyPrint Service on Windows computers.
If your department is signed up to the MyPrint service you can use any of the 160 MyPrint devices across the campus. Find out how to install the MyPrint Service on Mac, Unix or Linux computers.
You can register your staff card with the MyPrint service, so you can swipe your card instead of entering your username at the MyPrint devices.
If you want to do personal printing you can either use the Print and Copy Bureau or buy printer credits and use the MyPrint printers across campus.
You can set up a PIN which you can use with your University username to log in to the MyPrint devices.
You can print from SAP to MyPrint devices by entering MYPR in the output device field when you are about to print:
On Desktop Anywhere you can print to your local printer, MyPrint and some other staff print queues.
The most common reason for a print job not being listed at the printer is that you haven't yet clicked the "Accept" button when the MyPrint client pops up.
Frequently asked questions about Print, scan and copy.