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Printing, binding and more!

Black and white printing in the library is free for students, faculty and staff. You can print from any computer in the library.

To print from your own computer via, follow the instructions under the WiFi tab.

Color printing on standard letter paper costs $.50 per page for all patrons, and can be done at the standing computer by the academic library circulation desk.

Please bring cash for printing. We cannot charge student accounts.

Large formats and photos can be done on our professional poster color printer. Departments can pay for large format and/or color printing via departmental transfer.

Page Size


8 ½ x 11 photo paper


11 ¾ x 16 ½ photo paper


24 x 30 poster paper (bright white)


Custom sizing

Assessed by print size


Please bring cash for printing. We cannot charge student accounts. 

The Music Library offers binding services at the main desk. Comb binding costs $2 per item. Covers cost an additional $1.

Please bring cash for binding. We cannot charge student accounts.

Laminating costs $1 per foot. Students pay at the time of use. Staff and faculty can use a departmental transfer.

Please bring cash for laminating. We cannot charge student accounts.

Two scanners are located by academic library computers. Directions are posted and assistance is available if needed.

Copy privileges are available to everyone. Cost is $.10 per page.  If you need help copying, please ask a librarian to assist you.


(Select this printer: IAA Academic Library Island Lab)

1.  Print from one of the library computers. 

  • Do not print directly from internet, google docs, etc. 
  • Select (command P) and print from PDF preview

2.  Print from your personal computer.

  • Sign in with your email name (john.smith)
  • Password can be found in school gmail account entitled “Free Wifi”

3.  Print from your personal computer/mobile device via email.

  • Wait ca. 1 min., you will receive an email message, connect to the link, and you will be able to print.


Questions or problems, check with the librarian.

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