How Do I?: Print

Money Saving Printing Tips

Use the Print Preview function before printing to determine if there are any extra pages at the end of the document. This can save you from printing unnecessary pages.

Reduce page margins if possible.

Always use the black and white printer for black and white print jobs. Colour printers charge more.  

Print more than one page on a single sheet of paper for notes or multiple slides per page in PowerPoint

Printing on Campus

With printers and printer/copiers available in all campus libraries you can easily print, photocopy, or scan. 

$0.10 per side for black & white

$0.25 per side for colour​

* colour printing now available in all 7 libraries
* printers are automatically set to double-sided printing


You can purchase printing and photocopying credit at:

  • all Library checkout desks (cash, debit, & credit)
  • the Information Centre in Upper Place Riel (accepts cash, debit or credit)

Please note, at this time printing credits are not available for purchase online or through PAWS.

How Do I Print From My Laptop?

You can print to any CPAS printer from your personal laptop using the wireless network if you know the name of the printer. There are printers available in all 7 libraries and many other locations on campus. 

Find a printer or photocopier


If you have questions the staff at the ICT Service Desk in the Murray Library and the Leslie and Irene Dubé Health Sciences Library can assist you with setup. 


Printing - Size Matters


Student Printing & Photocopying (CPAS) on the ICT Service & Support website has more information about campus printing, policies, and troubleshooting 

If you have questions or can't find what you are looking for - Ask Us at the University Library for help!

PAWS Student Printing Channel

By adding the Student Printing Channel in PAWS you can:

Alumni Printing

USask alumni can print from the alumni computers in the:

Alumni can scan & photocopy in all 7 libraries.

Our staff can help you add print/copier credits to your account, just ask at any circulation desk.