Printing & Scanning
Public printing is available from all of the library's computer workstations to self-service black and white or color laser printers near the information desk. Print jobs are held in the print queue for 24 hours. All campus printing is on 100% recycled paper and defaults to double-sided. For single sided printing, you must select the single sided version when choosing your printer.
Printing From Your Laptop
Users can also download a print driver from Dawg Prints and print directly from their own laptops.
Paying for Printing
Black and white prints are 12 cents for a single sided page and 23 cents for a double sided page. Color prints are 75 cents for a single sided page and $1.50 for a double sided page. Both are paid for with the UW Husky Card. Off-campus library users can purchase a Dawg Prints Card for $5 at the library that can be used for campus printing, photocopying, campus food services and more. For more information about campus printing, photocopying or the Dawg-Prints card, go to Dawg Prints.
If you are a UW student, faculty, or staff member, and want to add money to your Husky Card Account for printing from a credit or debit card online, go to Housing and Food Service's Husky Card Account website. You can add cash at add value stations located at Suzzallo/Allen Library, Odegaard Library, Health Sciences Library, and William H. Gates Hall. Husky cardholders can also make a deposit in person by cash or check at the Husky Card Account office on the ground floor below the Odegaard Library or any residence hall front desk.
The Access+ workstations (limited to current University of Washington students, faculty and staff) have CD burners and USB ports (for portable USB drives), as well as a variety of FTP and email options. All public workstations have the same options, as well as floppy disk drives. We have four small scanners attached to Access+ computers. Our new book scanner is larger and does not require a UW login. It will send scans to an e-mail you supply, save them to a USB drive, or send them to the printer.
We no longer have a photocopy machine. You can use our new book scanning station to send scans directly to the printer, no UW login required.