We are open to current University of Alaska or Alaska Pacific University students, staff, and faculty.
In addition, anyone can print at the library with a copy/print card. These cards are available for purchase from the vending machine across from the Main Circulation Desk or the Value Transfer Station in the Copy Room.
Printing defaults to double-sided, black-and-white printing. You can also select single-sided and/or color printing.
Current semester students have a $15 print allowance (paid from student fees) loaded to their WolfCards. These funds are use-or-lose each semester and cannot be used for copying. You can add more funds online, in the Copy Room, or at the Main Circulation Desk.
|Black & White 8.5" X 11" (letter) single-sided||$0.13|
|Black & White 8.5" X 11" (letter) double-sided||$0.14|
|Color 8.5" X 11" (letter) single sided||$0.21|
|Color 8.5" X 11" (letter) double-sided||$0.32|
Scanners are available in the Copy Room on the first floor. These oversized (28" x 16.5") flatbed machines are free for anyone to use. You can save scans to your USB drive or have them sent to an email address.
If you need to scan a stack of loose leaf papers, see the Copy section.
Copying is available for 15 cents per page in the Copy Room on the first floor.
You can pay by adding funds to your WolfCard* or copy/print card. These cards are available for purchase from the vending machine across from the Main Circulation Desk or the Value Transfer Station in the Copy Room.
*Note: You cannot use your print allowance to pay for copying.
There are microfilm / microfiche readers in the Copy Room. You can print or save scans to your USB drive. Please contact the North Circulation Desk if you have questions.
The Main Circulation Desk offers public fax service for 50 cents per page.
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