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Last Updated: Jul 28, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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General Information

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 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 $0.10 per page for single sided documents and $0.08 for double sided documents.

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