PrintND is a print management system that helps the University control printing costs while providing all students with a print quota to help them with their academic printing needs. Please visit our PrintND Frequently Asked Questions support page for additional information on PrintND on campus.
Configuration for Campus Printing
Note: Printer drivers for other operating systems or for mobile devices are not available. However, you should be able to store your document in Box, or Google Drive, and then access it from a Lab computer for printing.
Student Print Quota
Undergraduate students receive a quota of 1,500 sheets per academic year.
Graduate and professional students receive a quota of 3,500 sheets per academic year.
Note: Print quota for all students will be updated on August 16th, adding $90 (equivalent to 1500 pages) to any residual balance from the previous year. On Sept. 13, all graduate students will receive an additional increase of $120 (equivalent to 2000 pages).
|Undergraduate Quotas||1,500 sheets|
|Graduate Quotas||3,500 sheets|
|Cost per One Single-Sided B&W Sheet||6 cents|
|Cost per One Single-Sided Color Sheet||50 cents|
|Initial Quota Shown at Release Station||$90|
Students may request reimbursement in the event of printer/copier malfunctions, lost print jobs or torn sheets by contacting the OIT Help Desk at 574-631-8111, or submitting an incident at http://assyst.nd.edu.
Duplex Printing Incentive
When students print double-sided (duplex) their quota is charged only 3 cents per impression, rather than 6 cents when printing single-sided sheets. Student who print all their material double-sided could effectively double their quota from 1,500 pages to 3,000 pages. Learn more about Green Computing at Notre Dame.
Requesting a Quota Increase
Students may acquire additional printing quota at $.06 per sheet by visiting 115 DeBartolo Hall during normal business hours. Payments are by cash or check only.
Faculty sponsorship of print quota increases has been eliminated because quota has been increased and the per-print fee has been reduced.
Contact the OIT Help Desk
Join a Great Team
Notre Dame ranked #35 on IDG's Computerworld Best Places to work in IT 2013. Find out why you should join our team.
Help Desk FAQs
- How do I change my password?
- I'm new to ND, how do I get started with IT services?
- How do I learn about other features of the VoIP telephone service?
- How do I access my Exchange email & calendar?
- How do I get on the wifi network?