As a TWU student, you can print from any public workstation as long as there is enough money in your PaperCut account.
As a TWU student, you can print documents in black and white from your own device connected to TWU student wifi, as long as there is enough money in your PaperCut account.
If your PaperCount is deducted, but no prints are produced:
Visitors to the library can print documents in black on white from the guest workstations. The cost is 10 cents per page payable at the Reserve counter. Print jobs are sent to the photocopier/scanner on the Main level.
Although the library's workstations are intended primarily for students, TWU employees may log on using their trinet/username account to print from the public workstations in the library, if they have a PaperCut account.
As a student, you have a PaperCut print account set up when you start at TWU
The first time you log in, your account will read: $0.00, but you can print until the balance reaches -$4.96 (approximately). At this point, you will need to add mor money to your account, or stop printing.
To add money, use a credit card online through the PaperCut interface, or use cash to purchase a $5.00 or $10.00 Top Up card from the Reserve Counter or use coins at the Paystation beside the Print Station on the Main level of the library.
Note that first $5.00 in your account is a one-time only credit. Accounts are not refilled at the beginning of a term or school year.