Print, Copy, Scan

Print

All NCSU students, faculty, and staff must have money in their AllCampus account to print on campus. The printers on campus are networked, so NCSU students, faculty, and staff can print from almost any computer to a printer on campus.

Copy

D. H. Hill Library

One black and white printer and one color printer in the Learning Commons also function as copiers. Copies are paid for using the print credit in your AllCampus account.

The D. H. Hill Library also offers a WolfCopy copier that accepts cash and  Wolfpack One ID Cards with copy accounts.

James B. Hunt Jr. Library

The printers at the Hunt Library also function as copiers. Copies are paid for using the print credit in your AllCampus account.

Branch Libraries

The branch libraries offer WolfCopy copiers that accept WolfCopy cards and Wolfpack One ID Cards with copy accounts. You can purchase a WolfCopy card or add value to a card at the card-vending centers located at Brooks Hall and the Veterinary Medicine Library.

Scan

D. H. Hill Library

The Digital Media Lab in the D. H. Hill Library offers flatbed, slide film, negative film, microform, and document scanners.

One Zeutschel Book Scanner (for scanning bound materials up to 25"x18") is available in the Learning Commons on the first floor of the library.

Flatbed scanners can be borrowed for up to seven days (by NCSU faculty, students, or staff) at the Ask Us center.

James B. Hunt Jr. Library

Flatbed and document scanning is available in the Learning Commons on the fourth floor.

Zeutschel Book Scanners are located at the Productivity Center on the third floor and in the Learning Commons and Graduate Student Commons on the fourth floor.

Branch Libraries

All branch libraries have Zeutschel Book Scanners.