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iPrint is an on-campus wireless printing system. Students are encouraged to take advantage of printing services available at all Technology Access Fee (TAF) funded printers on campus. To find a list of the these areas, visit the Computer Labs/Smart Classrooms website.

Getting Started with iPrint

Please note, printing requires an active account and sufficient Print Funds in your free quota or personal balance.

Mobility Printing

Mobility Printing delivers network print services for iOS, Windows, MacOS, Android, and Chrome devices. It allows users to securely print to any printer in the network from their own devices. Mobility Print is easy to set up! Users can print from their own devices without needing to reach out for help.

 android  Android/Tablet  

See our documentation on how to install and use iPrint Mobility Printing on Android devices.

 ios  Apple iOS

See our documentation on how to install and use iPrint Mobility Printing on iOS devices.

 mac  Mac OS

See our documentation on how to install and use iPrint Mobility Printing on Mac devices.

 windows  Windows

See our documentation on how to install and use iPrint Mobility Printing on Windows devices.


Email to Print

Email to Print is a wireless printing system that allows any web-enabled, mobile, portable device to print documents. Simply send an email to any printing kiosk located throughout campus.

Note: To use Email to Print, you must send the email from your University email account.

Supported file types: Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel (2010+)

For step by step directions for Email to Print.


Print Funds

Checking Print Funds Balance

        You can check your balance by logging into My Account

        In addition, your balance will appear in the top, right corner of any TigerLAN computer after log-in.

Free Quota

        Currently enrolled students receive a printing allotment of 500 pages per semester to use for the term.

        The 500-page semester allotment is available the Friday before the semester begins.

        Any unused pages at the end of the semester are non-refundable and do not roll over to the next semester.

Purchasing Additional Funds/Pages

        Funds may be purchased at two variations in increments of 100 pages ($5).

  1. The University Bookstore in the form of a Print Funds Card (which are available at the check out counter).

    • You may use Tiger Funds to purchase a Print Fund Card

    • Follow the Steps on the card to redeem the code. Funds will be available for use immediately after card processing.

  2. Online
    • To add print funds online, go to My Account and select Add Print Funds from the top menu. 

Premium Printing

Premium printing (color printing) is now available. Color printing is only available in the Technology Hub at the University Center room 265, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law Room 205, and the McWherter Library Learning Commons. To utilize color printing you must add funds to your Color Print Balance. Funds must be added Online. Color printing increments are available as follows: $5 = 15 pages, $10 = 30 pages, $15 = 45 pages, $20 = 50 pages. Color prints are only available in 8.5 x 11 size. 

Reimbursements:
Students may receive a refund for unused color printing in excess of 15 pages or $5.00. For a monetary refund, complete and bring the following Premium Printing Reimbursement Form to the ITS Service Desk. The ITS Service Desk it located at 100 Administration Building. Once this form is signed by a Supervisor and Director you will take it to Bursar for settlement.

Note: Black & white (monochrome) page purchases are non-refundable, but pages will roll over to the next semester. For amounts less than the minimum refund ($5.00), submit a service request to convert color pages to standard monochrome .

If added funds have not posted within 24 hours please contact the umTech Service Desk at 901.678.8888.

Please keep the Responsible Printing Initiative in mind when printing.

The Responsible Printing Initiative (RPI) is an SGA/ITS cooperative. It is designed to fairly distribute printing resources, reduce waste, and eliminate abuse.

Printing utilizes more than just paper. Printing costs cover the following:

  • Paper
  • Toner
  • Printers
  • Software
  • Servers
  • Maintenance

We hope to make printing easy for UofM students. However, if you need assistance, please contact the umTech Service Desk at 901.678.8888.