Both Raynor and Memorial Library provide basic self-service photocopiers/printers. These copier/printers are designed to provide decent copies of class
notes, Class Reserve material, and periodical articles. CHECK the quality of your first copy before proceeding with large projects. If "perfect" copies
are needed for projects like a resumé, use of a commercial photocopier service is advised. By default all print jobs submitted will be printed double-sided
Photocopier/printers in Raynor Library are located on the lower level (next to the Class Reserve / Media Services Desk), on the first level, and on the second level near the current periodicals and computer area. There is a VTS unit located on level one of Raynor Library.
There is a color photocopier/printer located on both the first and second levels of Raynor.
In Memorial Library photocopier/printers are located near the Bridge Circulation Desk, on the second level Reading Room, and on the lower level near the bound periodicals (near the East elevator). A VTS unit is located near the Bridge Circulation Desk on the second level.
All of the photocopier/printers use the Marquette Cash account on a Marquette ID or Marquette Courtesy Card. The cost per copy is 7 cents each for monochrome (black/white) copies/prints and 50 cents for color copies/prints.
Marquette Cash is a debit account available on the Marquette ID card. That account is accessed through the magnetic stripe on the back of the card. As copies are made, the account balance is debited. That same account can also be used at numerous sites across campus such as the various food services or vending and laundry machines.
Visitors can purchase a Marquette Courtesy Card from the VTS machines in either of the libraries. The visitor's card can be purchased for $1.00, $5.00, $10.00 or $20.00 with 75 cents paying for the card and the remainder available for use in the copiers. Visitors should store the 9 digit number printed on the front of the card; without that number, lost cards cannot be returned to their owners.
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