Print

CS

CSE Labs and Computer Science & Engineering users are eligible for free printing in any of our labs that have a printer available, as long as you haven't exhausted your print quota. For instructions on how to print from a Windows or UNIX workstation, check out Windows Printing and UNIX Printing. If you are trying to print in Walter 103, please see Printing in Walter 103 for more details.

If you have an active Computer Science & Engineering account, you are eligible to print to our printers from your laptop as long as you are connected to the Computer Science & Engineering network. Please see Printing from a Laptop for more details.

If you would like to print to the office color printer, there are instructions on how to do so on Office Color Printing. If you would like to print to the poster printer, take a look at the Poster Printer page.

If you are a Computer Science & Engineering Grad student, you have the option of printing to the Grad Lab. Please check out Graduate Student Printers page for more information. 

CSE Labs

College of Science and Engineering (CSE) Labs users are eligible for free printing in any of our labs that have a printer available, as long as you haven't exhausted your print quota. For instructions on how to print from a Windows or UNIX workstation, check out Windows Printing and UNIX Printing. If you are trying to print in Walter 103, please see Printing in Walter 103 for more details.

DTC

DTC grad students can print from their domain computer or from their personal laptop. Please select the Operating System that you are using in the left hand side of this page to connect to a printer. If you are printing form a laptop, please click the "Printing from a Laptop" on the left hand side, as well.

Math

There are public printers available on each floor of Vincent Hall.  To find a printer, look at our list of public printer names and locations.

All non-faculty users have a 2000 page print limit per semester. (More information on Math print quotas.)

The default printer on Linux computers depends on computer and account settings and can be checked with lpq and set with lpoptions -d[printer], where [printer] is the name of the printer.  

The curious may want to look at the following resources:

Classic LPR commands are provided by CUPS and are available in terminals on Linux and Mac OS X.