Print Credit

Each semester the college gives students a credit to print on campus. If you want to print in black and white the best option is to head for the library. All of the library’s copiers are defaulted to print in black and white. If you want to print in color go to the 7th floor and  c-level mac labs. Remember black and white costs five cents a page, and color ten cents.

Unlike some cellphone companies there is no “rollover” of unused printing credits – you’ve probably heard the old saying “Use it or lose it” well this is how your print credit works. Your print allowance is designed to help you do the following jobs: print assignments, and the odd article for class.

However, there is one caveat to “Use it or lose it,” and that is  if you manage to use up your credit and add money to your account anything left over will automatically roll over to the next semester.

Reference librarian at Bank Street College Library.

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