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On-Campus Printing

Document Printing

Printing Made Easy

University Libraries provides B&W and color printing stations in Alkek Library and across campus in the Open Campus Computer Labs. Print your documents from anywhere and pick them at one of the many printing stations on campus using SendNPrint. For specialty print services, visit the Alkek Print Shop on Alkek One.

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  • Every semester, each student begins with a $25 printing balance. This is all tracked online by your NetID.

    Additional printing dollars can be purchased online as necessary.

    Your account balance is non-transferable, non-refundable, and expires immediately after the last graduation ceremony each Fall, Spring, and Summer II semesters.

    Please be aware that printing costs vary by paper size and color. See pricing chart.

  • Paper Size B&W Color
    Letter 1-sided: 1 cent 1-sided: 35 cents
      2-sided: 2 cents  
    Legal 1-sided: 3 cents 1-sided: 44 cents
      2-sided: 6 cents  

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  • University Libraries provides printing stations in several Alkek locations, as well as across campus in the Open Campus Computer Labs.

    Use SendNPrint to send documents from your personal computer or lab computer to any of the printing stations.

    Pick up your print job at any of the printing station locations by going to the station and logging in. Print jobs cancel if they are not picked up within 12 hours.

    Step-by-Step Instructions

  • University Libraries provides printing stations in Alkek Library and in the open campus computer labs on both the San Marcos and Round Rock campuses.Go to one of these locations, enter your NetID and follow the instructions to print your document.  Note: Print jobs cancel if not picked up in 12 hours.

    See a list of print stations and locations.

  • Print jobs cancel if they are not picked up within 12 hours.

  • Be a sustainable steward! Texas State University is committed to a culture of sustainability on campus. Only print when necessary, and use both sides of the paper whenever possible.