Loyola University Maryland

Technology Services

Employee Printing

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With Smart Printing, you can print a document from your computer and pick it up at your department printer or any other Smart Printing device on campus by swiping your Loyola ID. You can also copy and scan documents at any Smart Printer.

Warning About Toner Replacement Solicitations

It has recently been reported to Technology Services that several Loyola employees have been contacted by a company calling themselves Business Solutions attempting to sell toner. The call is a direct solicitation, which is not allowed and not sanctioned by Loyola.

All toner and supplies for Loyola's multi-function printers are supplied directly through Konica Minolta, and these are included in the per-page cost.  Please do not offer information to this solicitation should you or any member of your department be contacted.

Need help?

Contact the Help Center at ext. 5555 or ots@loyola.edu with any questions or problems related to printing. Please have the printer ID number available (located on the front of the printer) when you call.

Library Printing

Printing at the Loyola/Notre Dame Library (LNDL) is available to students and staff at both institutions.

Learn how to print at the Library

Mobile Printing

Away from your desk or printing from a laptop computer? Simply send an email (from your @loyola.edu address) with the document attached to mobileprint@loyola.edu.  You will receive an e-mail receipt and have twelve hours to pick up your document from a designated Loyola print station.

Learn how to send mobile print jobs

Exceptions

Departments that have a legitimate business reason for utilizing another print/scan/copy/fax solution such as official transcript or check printing may be exempted from participating in the Smart Print program at the discretion of the Vice President of Information Technology.  All costs incurred while operating outside the Smart Print program are the budgetary responsibility of the individual department. Speak to your Technology Relationship Manager for more information.

View the Guidelines for Smart Printing Exceptions
Request an Exception