Weber State Computer Labs Printing
You can print to lab printers on the WSU secure wireless network.
- Click on the "Client" link to download the Wireless Uniprint client for your computer lab above.
- Double click on the file which was downloaded to run the installer.
- Click "Install" to install pharos Uniprint client to your computer.
- Once the Installation is finished, click "Finish" to close the installation program.
- Then simply print documents normally by selecting the printer you want.
- Your print jobs will be "held" in the print queue for 30 minutes.
- Then you need to go to the Print Station and release the print job by swiping your Wildcard.
* Double sided printing is not configured by default. To enable double sided printing, contact a lab aide for assistance.
WSU gives each student $4.50 (pharos cash) each year.
After pharos cash, printing prices are:
- 5 cents per single sided b & w
- 20 cents per single sided color
Check the balance of your pharos cash on your WildCard.
Steps to Print
- Open the document or page you need to print
- Select the Print function (generally File, Print)
- A pop-up will appear asking for a Username and Password
- Enter your WSU username and password
- Take your WildCard over to the print station area
- Slide your WildCard in the card reader on or next to the print station computer (Tip: The magnetic strip should face the light)
- Select your document (you can locate your document by looking for your username you used above)
- Click "Print"
- A password box will pop-up on the screen, enter the password you entered in step 4, and click enter
- Your document will begin printing
Why You Have to Pay to Print
While your student fees pay for the majority of what it takes to run Weber State Computer Labs, the continuous increase in paper and toner prices require that we charge for printing so that we can cover student printing needs. This alleviates increasing student fees so that only those with extensive printing needs pay for printing over the allotted pharos cash. All Utah universities charge for printing and our printing prices are at the lower end of the average.
Your student fees allocated to the computer labs go toward: