Black and white is $0.10 (10 cents) Color is $0.30 (30 cents). Cost is per side. For instance, a two-sided black and white copy would cost $0.20 ($0.10 per side).
Users can add money to their PaperCut account with debit/credit cards, cash or coins (nickels, dimes and quarters.) No pennies, please. PaperCut cannot make change. click here for visual guide
The vending machines will accept $5, $1, quarters, dimes and nickels. No pennies or dollar coins, please. No change is available from the vending machines.
Users can load up to $15 on their accounts. When using credit and debit cards, $5 can be loaded on the account in a single session. Minimum amount using a credit/debit card is $1. The minimum cash amount is $0.05.
Students will not pay an additional fee for using their credit or debit cards. However, your card issuer may charge a fee.
Contact library staff for assistance.
The Equitrac system is no longer available at Reynolds Libraries.
Reimbursements will be available for funds remaining on your Equitrac accounts for a short time. Students can take their Equitrac cards to the Business Office for reimbursement beginning August 14.
Current students already have an account created; use your MyReynolds account. Community members need to create an account for themselves at print.reynolds.edu. Before creating a community account, please read this important information. Faculty and staff may not already have accounts created for them; faculty and staff are welcome to create an account for personal use if they are unable to log in with their MyReynolds credentials. Community accounts require an email.
Student accounts remain in the system for one semester after the student is no longer enrolled. For example, if you take classes in the spring semester, your PaperCut account will still work through the summer semester, even if you do not take classes. Former students whose PaperCut accounts have ended will need to create community member accounts. Community member accounts expire daily.
Students have at least one semester after active course enrollment ends to use their remaining balance. Community member accounts expire daily. The library recommends adding only the funds you will actually use in that session. Users can add change, in addition to using bills and credit/debit cards. Refunds cannot be given for expired PaperCut accounts; please monitor your balance carefully.
Using your student ID card makes collecting your prints easier, but it is not required. Students can pick up their prints at the printer by swiping their student ID cards. Students can login with their MyReynolds account at the printer if they do not have their card.
Students can reset their passwords on their MyReynolds accounts, which will also reset their PaperCut account. Community members cannot retrieve or reset passwords or usernames; community members will need to create a new account. Community member accounts expire daily 24 hours.
Community members will need an email account to create an account in PaperCut. Community members will create their own username and password.
If a community member forgets their PaperCut login, they will need to create another account, and will lose the funds in the forgotten account. Library staff cannot recover or reset logins and passwords. Library recommends that community members load only the amount of funds that can be used during one session to avoid loss.
Visit print.reynolds.edu and login to PaperCut to view your remaining balance online; you can also login to the Kiosk at your campus library to view your balance.
Students will either swipe their student ID card or login with their MyReynolds account. Community members will login with their self-created community member account. Users will then see their print jobs waiting to be released.click here for visual guide
Yes, you can send your print job from any location that has internet access. You can also use your mobile device (laptop, iPad, etc.) Login to PaperCut via https://print.reynolds.edu/. Be sure to select the correct printer and type of printer (examples: GoochlandColor, ParhamBlackandWhite). Prints can then be released from any library printer on that campus.
Library computers will default to the printers at that campus. Mobile and off-campus users will need to choose their campus and type of printer when their print job is sent. Examples: GoochlandColor, ParhamBlackandWhite.
When you send the print job while using a library computer, the print job will be available at all of the printers in that campus library. When you send the print job via web printing, you will need to choose the campus where it will be delivered (examples: GoochlandColor, ParhamBlackandWhite).
Print jobs will be held in the system for 24 hours and then will expire. Users should resend their print job if their documents do not appear.
Yes. Though both the computer and printer are set to time out/log out after a few minutes (computer-5 minutes, printer-2 minutes), the library recommends logging out of both after each session. A logout icon is provided on the library computers.
Print jobs cannot be extended. We recommend resending the job.
Students can swipe their card or login at the printer to photocopy. Community members can login at the printer to photocopy.click here for visual guide
Scanning can be done to a flash drive at no cost. Bring your own flash drive!
Students will send the scanned document to a printer from a computer, just like any document.