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Printing at the Lab

Wireless Printing

Once connected to the Campus Wireless network, click the button below and follow the prompts:

Printer icon  Wireless Printing


Pay to Print Policy in Drop-In Labs

  • Pay to print locations include: the Boyle Education Center Mall, Boyle Education Center Drop-in Computer Lab, Pioneer Hall Drop-in Computer Lab, Grandview Fireside Room, Barber Library Commons Area, Redmond Building 3 Computer Lounge, the Redmond Technology Education Center Drop-in Computer Lab and on the Prineville Campus.
  • Payment is by a COCC Student ID or COCC Generic Print Card only. We do not accept cash, checks or credit/debit cards.
  • Credit students receive their Student ID from the Information Office in the Boyle Education Center in Bend and in Redmond in Building 3 at the Admissions Window. Cards come preloaded with $0.50.
  • Generic Print Cards which cost $1 and come preloaded with $0.50 may be purchased at all print locations from any Pay-to-Print vending machine.
  • The Pay-to-Print vending machines are also used to add value to existing cards.
  • Higher speed (45ppm) black & white HP Laser Jet 600 printers with two sided printing are located in every lab and the cost is $0.05 per sheet.
  • All computer drop-in labs have a 4025 HP Laser Jet color printer with automatic two sided printing and the cost is $0.15 per sheet.

Printing Policy in the Classrooms

  • The printers in Pioneer Hall computer classrooms are not equipped for printing unless a request is made by an Instructor. If your class requires that you print during class time the Instructor will stop by the Lab Attendant desk in the drop-in lab and ask for a paper tray. Once the Instructor has left the classroom, the paper tray will be immediately removed
  • It is the Instructor's responsibility to see that printing is not abused by their students in all computer classrooms.
  • The technology fee that students pay when enrolling in computer classes covers the cost of maintaining the equipment, up grades, and replacement. It does not cover printing.
  • The Lab Attendant will try to keep the classroom printers functional; however, there may be times when you need to ask for assistance or report printing problems.