It's as simple as "Swipe, Select, Print!" New Print Kiosks maintained by the Open Access Labs (OAL) allow students to print in libraries and other computer labs using their semester print allocation. Once a print job is sent from any OAL computer, students can visit a print kiosk to release their printout.
How does it work?
Print as you normally would from any OAL computer. When you are ready to collect your printouts, go to a Print Kiosk. You must release your printout within two hours. See Print Kiosk locations here.
Swipe your Texas A&M ID to log in. You can also log in by entering
your NetID, or UIN if you don’t have your ID.
A list of your print jobs will appear.
Select the print job you want to print.
If you would like to print the entire list of print jobs, select Check All.
Then select Print.
You will see a warning screen about your print allocation. Select Continue.
When you are done, select I'm Done to exit.
Your printouts will be sent to the printer next to the touch screen.
- Evans Library
- Evans Library Annex
- Agriculture and Life Sciences Building Computer Lab
- Horticulture & Forest Science Building
- Bright Athletic Lab Complex
- Medical Science Library
- Buzbee Leadership Learning Center
- Blocker Computer Lab - for releasing color printouts only
- Student Computing Center - for releasing color printouts only
- West Campus Library - for releasing color printouts only
FAQQ: I tried to print one of my jobs, but an error came up and the job disappeared. What happened?
A: Print jobs must be less than 100 pages or 100 megabytes or else they will be deleted when you attempt to print them. High-capacity printers in Blocker, West Campus Library and the Student Computing Center are better suited for large print jobs.
Q: How long do my print jobs stay in the queue?
A. Once you print to a Print Kiosk, you have two hours to release the printout. After that, the print job will be deleted.
Q: If you delete my print job, am I charged for it?
A: No. You are not charged until the job is sent to the printer.