Student Printers & Printing


Centrally managed, Bobcat Cash-based printing for students. Guest print cards are available for employees and visitors. 


Who can access

  • To request a printer: University departments

  • To use a printer: Current students, plus anyone who purchases a guest printing card.

How to request access



Students and guest cardholders can print directly from public workstations in the following locations. Students (but not guests) also have the option of printing remotely.

Athens Campus

  • Academic Research Center

    • First Floor Vending Area

  • Alden Library 

    • (all public printers - all floors)

  • Baker University Center

    • Bobcat Depot (first floor)

    • 3rd Floor Hallway

  • Copeland Hall

    • 018 (College of Business Help Desk)

    • 103

  • Glidden Hall

    • Music & Dance Library (5th Floor)

  • Grover Center

    • College of Health Sciences & Professions Computer Lab

  • Grosvenor Hall

    • Heritage College of Medicine Learning Resource Center (LRC)

  • Lindley Hall

    • College of Education

    • Curriculum & Technology Center (3rd Floor)

  • Morton Hall

    • 2nd Floor Vending Area

  • Porter Hall

    • 1st Floor (next to the elevator)

    • 117 (computer lab)

Dublin Campus

  • Integrated Education Center Lab

    • Medical Education Building 1 Learning Resource Center (LRC)

Additional resources

Get help

  • Visit the Technology Help Center ( to get live support, view outages, and browse trainings.


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