- Can I share my print quota with someone else for a project?
- How much can I print?
- What are the Different Printer Charges?
- How can I tell how much I've printed?
- What if I run out of quota?
- I didn't use my quota, so how can I get the money?
- What if my print job jams or is illegible?
- Do student organizations get a separate print quota?
While you cannot share your quota, you are able to transfer some of your quota from your account to another person's account. To do this, simply log in to PaperCut, at http://cccprint3:9191/user and then click on the transfer link in the left-hand navigation panel.
Every academic year students are allotted a quota for printing, equivalent to 800 black and white, single-sided printouts. Printing costs vary depending on the type of paper, ink, and duplexing options used.
- Plain Black and White, Single Sided Printouts: $0.05 per page
- Duplex Discount for Black and White Printers: 25% off print job
- Color Printout: $0.25 per page (No Duplex Discount)
- Color Printouts for non-standard size paper: $0.50 per page
During the logon process a small window is displayed that shows the remaining quota available. To see your history of printing, click the link at the bottom of the window. Alternatively, you may visit the following web site from anywhere to view your print quota and history: http://cccprint3:9191/user
It is assumed that no user will exceed the quota. However, should you consume the entire quota and require more, you can purchase prepaid $1, $5, and $10 print cards at the College Bookstore in TCC or at the IT Helpdesk in the Cressman Library. Simply enter the number on the card into PaperCut to increase your quota.
The quota is not money, nor is it an allocation. In reality, the quota is a limit to prevent users from seriously abusing the system. The quota is a privilege for printing and requires users to exercise responsibility. Quota balances are zeroed out the week before classes begin each fall.
Students who believe they have been incorrectly charged for printing or who have encountered a mechanical malfunction may request a credit to their printing account at the IT Help Desk located on the main floor of the Cressman Library, or online at http://cccprint3:9191/user (must be on-campus).
Acceptable reasons for a refund include:
- Low toner
- Paper jam
- Damaged paper Lines in print
- Quality of prints
Please Note: Refunds will not be given for print errors made by the person printing, such as pages or print options being set up incorrectly. Choose Print Preview to make sure that everything is correct before printing to avoid unwanted printouts.
Student organizations will use Printing Services for large printing jobs, but will receive a quota for everyday needs. Organizations wishing to increase their quota amount must request it through the Womens Leadership and Student Development Office.