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Self-serve printing

3 Aug 2021

Self-serve printing, copying and scanning is available to USC students, staff and community members using a MyPrint account.

How does it work?

Users can send their files to print on a USC computer or their own device, then log on to a self-serve printer to release their print jobs.

You'll need to top up your MyPrint account if you don't have credit.

What's the best way to print?

Printing from a USC computer to the Black or Colour print queues gives you reliability and options to select your print output.

If you're using your own computer, log on to MyPrint and select WebPrint to upload your simple documents to the print queue.

Where are the printers?

Find a printer at your campus and see the printer capabilities and access hours.

Enrolled students have a $20 SSAF printing credit to spend

As part of the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF), enrolled USC students are issued a $20 credit on their MyPrint account each semester. See the SSAF print credit dropdown on the Self-serve printing page.

Do you need help?

See the printing instructions to get started.

If you have a problem, printing support can help you solve it.