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Detail from Sculling on the Potomac by J. Love, 1888

Detail from Sculling on the Potomac by J. Love, 1888. From the University Art CollectionBooth Family Center for Special Collections

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Can I print from my laptop?

Last Updated: Mar 28, 2016  |  881 Views

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Yes! Georgetown has 2 print queues which you can install on your computer allowing you to print to any student print device across the Main campus. More information is located here. Georgetown University students, staff, and faculty MUST be connected to SaxaNet (and not GuestNet) to print from a laptop.

Printing Basics

  • Printing to Pharos from your own computer is possible if you have Windows XP or later, or Mac OS 10.4 or later.
  • UIS Lab printers are equipped with duplexers to allow 2-sided printing.
  • Two sided printing is the default
h.Print Automated Installers for Personal Computers
To have h.Print installed automatically for you, please use the appropriate installer for your operating system.

*SNHS, you need to install additional queues listed on the H-print website.

 
Mobile GOCard
You can use your Mobile GOCard from Usher Identity instead of your GOCard when releasing print jobs.
 
Mobile Print (Tablet and Smartphone Printing)

Printing cost

$.10 per b&w page; $.20 per color print. A GOCard with sufficient funds is required for printing or a print card, which can be purchased in the lobby of Lauinger.

Requirements

A University Net ID is required. At this time, the software needed for wireless printing is available only to current Georgetown University students, faculty and staff.

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