Answered By: Steve Runge
Last Updated: May 03, 2018     Views: 1765

photo of print station in O'Neill LibraryBC Community

If you are working at a library work station, the print dialog box will display BCBlackWhitePrintQueue or BCColorPrintQueue. (You can also print remotely from your own computer by downloading a printer driver.) Select the option you need, go to the nearest print area, and swipe your BC ID at a print station. On O'Neill 3rd floor, there are 5 black and white printers and 1 color printer. On O'Neill 1st floor, there are four black and white printers. The Digital Studio (2nd Floor) has one 1 color and 1 black and white printer. All other libraries on campus also have black and white printers.

Guests

Unfortunately, at this time we have no capacity for guests to print. We encourage you to save files to your personal external drive (usb flash drives are available in the vending machine on O'Neill level 1) or to the cloud, or email files to your personal account. Please see staff at any service desk for assistance.

Student Printing Charges

Black and White: $0.03/page (= 500 pages)

Color: $0.50/page (= 30 pages)

NOTE: Don't get burned by color printing! Black & White and Color prints are both charged to your Print Bucks quota ($15.00). You can exhaust your entire Print Bucks quota with just 30 color prints! If you need to print many pages in color, consider using Eagle Print, where color prints are $0.25/page.

Two black and white pages, printed double-sided, are charged as one page. (Make sure the print dialog box is set to "duplex" or "print both sides".) Two color pages printed double-sided are charged as two pages. You can view your print usage by clicking on Eagle One Card Activity Summary in the Agora portal. For questions about the printing policy, please contact Student Services in Lyons Hall at ext. 2-3300.

If you are running into technical difficulties in O'Neill, please visit the technology information desk on the 3rd (main) floor near the printers. In other libraries, please visit any service desk. If you are not in a library, please call the Technology Help Desk at 617-552-HELP (4357).