Douglas Library > Frequently Asked Questions > Print, Copy, Scan
At the New Westminster Campus there are three photocopiers for student use located on the main floor, and at the Coquitlam Campus, there are two.
The cost is 10 cents per copy. The copiers are coin-operated or you can purchase a photocopy card for $1.00 at the self-serve card dispenser, then add as much money to it as you would like. You can get a refund for the deposit of the photocopy card at the bookstore.
Students are able to print at no charge up to a maximum of 300 pages per student per semester. Additional pages may be sent to the pay-print station available at both campus libraries at a cost of 10 cents per page. There is also a pay-print station (also called GoPrint) in room 6212 at New Westminster and A2030 at Coquitlam. See more detailed information.
A colour laser printer is attached to the pay print station at both the New Westminster and Coquitlam Campus libraries at a cost of 50 cent per page.
Wireless printing is not available at this time.
There are three photocopiers at the New Westminster campus library, and two at Coquitlam, that can also scan to your USB drive. Insert any coin into the machine first to enable the menu, then when you're finished you can press the coin release button to get your money back.
Last Updated: 2017-01-10 1:57:29 PM