Pharos Printing Equipment Upgrades

University Information Services (UIS) will be replacing all of the standalone black and white and color laser printers currently in use with the Pharos printing stations with Multi-Function Printers (MFP) by mid-July.


University Information Services (UIS) will be replacing all of the standalone black and white and color laser printers currently in use with the Pharos printing stations with Multi-Function Printers (MFP) by mid-July. 

The multi-function printers have been in use in many areas of campus for the past year and have proven to improve print times for most print jobs including graphic heavy PDF and PowerPoint files.  In addition, the MFP devices add copy and scan options to each of our Pharos printing locations. 

Each device is capable of printing color or black and white jobs by selecting the appropriate print option when the document is sent to the printer.  Costs for using the devices to print or copy will remain the same at $.05 per sheet for black and white and $.25 per sheet for color. 

For each campus, only a single print queue will be needed for printing at any Pharos location on that campus ("fgcopier" in Forest Grove and "hpccopier" on the Health Professions Campus).  If the appropriate queue has already been loaded on your computer then you will not need to make any changes.  For wizards that will load the printer queues on your computer, instructions for manually loading these queues and instructions for setting your computer to print in black and white, visit the documentation section of the Tech Help Resources page at: http://www.pacificu.edu/uis/tic/TechnologyHelpResources.cfm#selfhelp

Please contact the Technology Information Center at 503-352-1500 or by email at help@pacificu.edu if you have any questions regarding this announcement.

Reminder: University Information Systems (UIS) will never ask for your account, password, or personal information via email. Never reveal your password to anyone. If you are unsure whether a communication from UIS is legitimate, please contact the Technology Information Center.


Posted by Ted Krupicka (krupicka@pacificu.edu) on Jun 6, 2013 at 9:01 AM

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