Campus Printing

CampusPrint

University of Dallas Computer Lab Printing

Black and white laser printers are located in each of the three AIS computer labs.

  • Printing cost is currently .10/page
  • All student accounts receive an initial 25 pages of printing at no cost at the beginning of each Fall Semester.
  • Additional credit must be purchased in Science Bldg. RM #1. 
  • Students are encouraged to anticipate their printing needs well in advance and purchase additional printing credit to address that need.

Please Note: AIS printing systems are not "pay-per-print." AIS printing systems function under a prepay system

  • Credits can be purchased in increments of $5, $10, $15 and $20.
  • The purchase will be included on the student's end of semester statement from the business office.

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