Q. What are "Pages Per Semester Funds?" (Printing Credit) What should I do if I didn't receive my credit?

Answered By: Kathryn Ray
Last Updated: Jan 16, 2018     Views: 38

"Pages Per Semester Funds" ( also referred to as "print money", "printing credit" or "printing allotment." )

For Spring and Fall, students receive a credit on their student ID card to use for printing at the library. Printing costs 10 cents per sheet of paper used. The printers are set to print double-sided, so if the document is 1-2 pages 10 cents is deducted from the "Pages Per Semester Funds", 3-4 pages 20 cents is deducted, etc. 

"Pages Per Semester Funds" may only be used for printing while current enrolled at AU.  The funds are good for Spring and Fall.  They expire at the end of the Spring semester.

When all "Pages Per Semester Funds" are exhausted, students need to add regular Eagle Buck$ to cover the cost of printing.

"Pages Per Semester Funds" is usually $25 per semester.

Questions about the funds should be directed to the Library's Information Desk on the First Floor.

To make your "Pages Per Semester Funds" go farther, the library has several scanners that are free.

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