As of Fall 2016, the Levin College of Law will be providing an additional 250 impressions of printing per semester to law students. This is in addition to the 250 free pages of printing that all University of Florida students receive through the printing labs funded by Student Government. Law students will be provided 250 impressions of printing per semester FOR FREE through the print release stations in the Legal Information Center and on the first floor of Bruton-Geer. The Levin College of Law will be charged for the first 250 impressions. Once a law student has printed 250 impressions in a semester, subsequent print transactions will be charged to the student’s Gator-1 card account.
The 250 page allowance is for 250 impressions, which means that a double-sided document will count as two pages. A single-sided document will count as one page. This means that a student can print 250 single-sided pages or 125 double-sided pages.
The University of Florida’s Office of Academic Technology provides printing services for UF students, including law students. The Legal Information Center hosts one of the print release stations that are available at the Levin College of Law. A second print station is available in Bruton-Geer Hall. This guide provides instructions on how to set up printing services on your laptop or mobile device so that you can send print jobs to the printers available at the College of Law. For other printing locations, please see the Academic Technology Printing webpage.
There are three ways to print wirelessly:
- Email a document
- Upload a document to a website
- Install drivers on your laptop
This guide only applies to student laptop and mobile device printing, not printing that is installed on the library's public computers.
Student printing at the law school costs $0.8 per impression. This means a one-sided document will cost $.08 and a two-sided document will cost $.16.