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New web-based printing option available in 3 residence halls, expanding soon

A convenient new web-based printing service that works with Mountaineer Cards and Mountie Bounty is now available at the Summit and Arnold Halls, and in the lobby of Brooke Tower at the Evansdale Residential Complex. It will be expanding to other campus locations in the coming weeks.

Information Technology Services plans to add MyPrinting services to the Downtown Library, Health Sciences Center, Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design, and select locations at Reed College of Media over winter break.

To use MyPrinting, students or employees must have a supported web browser, a WVU email account, an active MyID account, and a Mountaineer Card or Value Card with a Mountie Bounty balance.

MyPrinting allows users to upload documents directly to the print queue or email them. Students do not have to live in a residence hall to use the service. They can send documents from anywhere and retrieve them at any enabled printer with just a swipe of their Mountaineer Card.

MyPrinting lets users see their printing queue and history, and see the Mountie Bounty balance. The service is also compatible with laptops, tablets and smartphones.

Students have long requested these additional printing services, which can be used by employees only if they maintain a Mountie Bounty balance.

To get started, click on https://myprinting.wvu.edu/ and log in with valid MyID credentials.

As new locations are brought online, they will be posted at http://it.wvu.edu/services/paid-printing, where users can also find a guide to the system.

Please direct questions or requests for help to the ITS Service Desk at ITSHelp@mail.wvu.edu or call (304) 293-4444.

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