The campus has 36 Xerox WorkCentre photocopiers installed which act as printers, copiers and networked scanners.
All 36 are available to faculty and staff and any copiers that are in public spaces (labs, hallways, etc) can also be used by students.
Xerox has produced a series of videos documenting the use and functions of the copiers. Additionally, you can click on the links below to see some ITS documentation on some of the most used functions.
Where can I access a photocopier?
Students can access any public photocopiers on campus including:
- Library Circulation & Lab
- Hamilton Computer Lab
- ITS Helpdesk in J107
- Nicolls 117 Lab
- Morris House
- Nicolls 3rd Floor
- Molson Arts Building
- Sports Plex
Faculty can access photocopiers nearest to their office.
Funds for Printing
Your Gaiter Dollars also count towards your funds for printing. If you have money on your Student ID card for Gaiter Dollars then you also have money for printing. You can add money to Gaiter Dollars online, or by using the machines located in the Library, outside the Bookstore, or in Paterson lobby.
Please Note: Print credit does not expire as long as your account is active.
Pricing for Xerox Photocopiers/Printers
Pricing for all photocopiers and printers on campus is available on the MyPrint website on the Printing Rates page. Once logged into the Papercut website you can navigate to the see the pricing by clicking on the “Rates” link found in the left hand navigation bar.
From this page you can search for location on campus (ex: library) and all available photocopiers and printers will be listed below. You can get the pricing for any specific copier by simply rolling your mouse over the [details] link and all the available pricing will be listed there. (See image below).
Please Note: Scanning from any photocopier is free and will not result in any charges.
Below are a few tutorials that will allow you to become properly acquainted with the new Xerox Photocopiers.
- Students: Using Web Print
- Students: myprint.ubishops.ca
- How to Photocopy
- How to copy a bound book
- How to Scan to email
- Faculty: Scanning multiple sheets into a PDF
- How to scan to a searchable PDF
- Faculty: How to send a fax
- How do I log in without my card?