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All you need to know about printing

Printing at St George's

Current issues with printing from your own device / printing from the web

As you may be aware the online WEB printing service has not been active for some time. It was necessary to turn it off until important security fixes were applied. Konica Minolta (our printer supplier) are responsible for this fix and it requires a technician to visit all printers. We hope that this will happen in the next few weeks. Please see our Services Alerts page where we will post further updates when possible.

We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause, but security for SGUL users and students is a high priority.

Added: 3rd December 2018, 10.47 am.

The university printers are multi-functional devices which incorporate printers, photocopiers, and scanners in one.

All printers are networked and can print in colour and black and white. They are available in the Library and in the computer rooms and you can release your documents on any of the printers shown below. You must have an SGUL username and password to use the printers and have credit on your account to print or photocopy.

This is a guide to all you need to know about printing. Navigate by using the tabs at the top of the page.

Printer locations

NHS staff and printing

NHS logoThere is an NHS printer in the main computer room from which you can print for free if you are logged into one of the four NHS computers. If the paper has run out in the printer, please go to the Library Helpdesk.

If you log into a SGUL computer and print from that, you will need to ensure you have credit on your printing/photocopy account. To top-up and check your balance you can use the cash-loader in the main computer room by manually typing in the login username and password you use for SGUL networked computers. This accepts coins and notes but does not give change.