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Print jobs sent to black and white printers will be deducted from the user’s quota at the rate of five‐cents per page. Print jobs sent to color printers will be deducted from the user’s quota at the rate of twelve‐cents per page. Duplex (double-sided) print jobs receive a 20% discount. For example, a four-page black and white document normally costs $0.20, and a two-page black and white duplex document would cost $0.16 (20% off of $0.20). Unused portions of the “free” allotment of print quota will NOT be carried forward to the next allotment period, NOR will it be refunded upon graduating or leaving the University, so it is important to purchase only the minimum amount required to meet your needs. Users who exceed their $20 quota during either the fall or spring allotment period will need to purchase additional pages equivalent to 50, 100, 150 or 200 b/w page increments. Purchasing additional pages is done through the “Add More” link found to the right of the "Print Balance " title under the Dashboard section of the Go Sidebar within myPlymouth.
Print quota applies to printing in all public and classroom computing locations including, but not limited to:
Faculty/staff have departmental printers and/or copiers to print/copy materials for their courses. These printers and/or copiers do not deduct from the faculty/staff member's print quota.
Wirelessly Printing with Print Nomad
To print with Print Nomad:
1. Log into http://go.plymouth.edu/print with your myPlymouth username and password, and click login.
2. Click on the Print button
3. Click Select File to Upload and browse for the file you want to print, then hit Next. Note that only files listed under Supported File Types are printable.
4. Choose a Printer and Location Select the location where you would like to print, then in the next drop down menu select the printer you would like to use.
5. Printing Options Specify any additional desired printer options, including duplexing (double-sided) printing.
6. Click Next
7. A confirmation screen appears letting you know the Printer, Document name, total pages, and total cost. To send the print job click Print Now.
Please keep in mind that using Print Nomad will automatically deduct from your print quota each time you use it, exactly as if you printed from any cluster computer.
Tutorials for mapping network printers to PSU-owned computers (e.g. offices and computer clusters)
Credit / Refund Policy
Included in your biannual allotment of print quota is a 10% allowance in case a printer jams or misprints your paper. ITS is unable to credit your print quota for:
ITS is also unable to credit your print quota if you believe someone else has printed something from your account because it is your responsibility to:
If you believe that the print accounting system has charged you in error, please contact the ITS Help Desk at email@example.com or call (603) 535‐2929.
What happens if I don’t use all of my print quota?
Unused portions of the “free” $20 allotment of print quota per semester (January 1-June 30, and July 1-December 31) will NOT be carried forward to the next allotment period.
What happens if I exceed my $20 quota?
Users who exceed their $20 quota during either the fall or spring allotment period will need to purchase additional pages equivalent to 50, 100, 150 or 200 black and white page increments. Purchasing additional pages is done through the “Increase my Print Quota” link found under the Dashboard section of the Go Sidebar within myPlymouth. It is important to purchase only the minimum amount of quota required to meet your needs, as print quota will NOT be refunded upon graduating or leaving the University.
I’m a faculty/staff member, and I don’t have any more quota! Help!
Faculty and staff should use their departmental printers and/or copiers to print/copy materials for their courses, as printing to any public printer will deduct from each individual staff/faculty member’s allotted print quota. This deduction is NOT reimbursed.