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Printing, copying, scanning: Exeter Campuses printing guides

Printing copying and scanning at Streatham and St Luke's campuses

Print guide links

There are printers available to use in the following libraries & study spaces:

Libraries

Forum Library (All Levels)

Old Library (Level 0)

St Luke's Library (Haighton) (Ground floor – opposite Enquiry Desk)

Opening times

Study spaces  

Building One 

Giraffe House 

Sanctuary 

Xfi 

Harrison 

Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies 

Innovation Centre 

Peter Chalk 

Physics 

Queens 

Washington Singer 

(Please check building opening times separately)

Support

  • If there is an issue with the printer please contact uoeonsitesupport@xerox.com 

 

  • If there is an issue with your account please contact SID online or call 0300 555 0444 

 

  • If you are PGR or staff and need a print code please contact your hub 

Quick Guide to Student Printing

Do you really need to print?

Every sheet you print has an environmental impact, only print when you have no other option. We have committed to a goal as part of our Green Restart proposals to a 95% reduction in non-essential printing.  

There are some changes to printing arrangements. Some printers may have been disconnected due to social distancing, for example if they are in narrow corridors or are placed close together. Printers are a high frequency touch point and so you should sanitise your hands before and after using the printer. The nature of the printers means it is not possible to spray cleaning product directly onto the screens and touchpoints. There are reminders on and around the printing areas. 

The number of study computers on campus has reduced but you will be able to send print jobs to the printers from your own devices. You can find out how to do this HERE as well as information about alternatives to scanning. 

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