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Printing is available across the university campus.
Printing on Campus
The University of Exeter Student Print Service consists of around 50 high-spec. devices located throughout the Streatham and St Luke’s Campuses, in Student PC Cluster areas.
If you’re studying at the University of Exeter, Penryn Campus, please use this link to find out more about printing on the Cornwall Campus.
All devices in the service offer printing. The majority can also copy, and scan-to-email. Some of the devices can provide colour print/copy. A3 is also an option on many of them. Most can staple and hole punch.
To use the devices you will need to swipe your Unicard or enter your University username & password at the device.
Printing is ‘Follow Me’ – when you have sent a document to the student print queues you can release it for printing at any compatible device in the student print fleet. We are also hoping to introduce a facility later this year to enable you to send documents to the print queues via email and via web page upload.
The cost of print/copy/scan will be charged to your print account accordingly.
You can top-up online at www.epay.ex.ac.uk/printing/.
You can also top-up your print account using cash at one of the ‘Print Account Loaders’ on level 0 of the Forum, the Amory Student Study Area, or in the St Luke’s Haighton PC room.
More help with printing:
Streatham and St Luke’s campuses - for help and advice contact the IT Help Desk.
Tremough campus in Cornwall - please refer to local IT Support.
Print Account Money Loaders
You can now add money to your print account without having to visit the online payment page.
There are print account money loaders located in Forum Library Level 0, Amory Student Study Area and Haighton PC Clusters.
The device in the Forum Library accepts chip & pin bank card transactions in addition to coins and notes.