Recommended Printers


In the event you do not have a personal printer, you can use print queue lj_cs in DC2320 which served by two printers. There is a special printer in this office called lj_cs-special which can be used to print to envelopes. If you don't have a printer to print to directly, print servers that drive many printers are available depending on which research group you are associated with. Please ask your colleagues of additioanal printers that may be available. Remember you will need quota/permission to print to these printers, please contact your point of contact if you are having difficulties printing.

Graduate students

Graduate students are strongly encouraged to use lj_csgrad which is located in the grad mailroom in DC3316, and the print queue lj_cs is also available as a backup but you will need to get one of the secretaries to open the door to the print room to allow you to pick up your print job, and after business hours you'll have to wait till the next day. You also have the option of printing to the self-serve printers ljp_3016 located in MC3016 by setting up a XAS account. The School of Computer Science also operates several printers, as do some of the research groups. Quota on these printers must be requested by your supervisor on your behalf.

When a graduate student first registers, a free allocation will be assigned to their printing account as follows:

  • Masters students: $40.00 (i.e., 500 single-sided pages)
  • PhD students: $160.00 (i.e., 2000 single-sided pages)

This is a one-time allocation valid for the duration of the particular graduate program, intended to cover the printing of a few drafts of the research paper or thesis. After this allocation runs out you need to have your supervisor sponsor any further printing needs.

Additional (and possibly details already stated above) can be found in CSGradStudentPrinting.

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