Printing for Non-students and Community Members
Posted by SHeD Staff, Last modified by SHeD Staff 3 on 30 August 2018 02:59 PM

Description:  How to access printing if you are a community member and/or not currently enrolled in classes at LCC.
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Printer availability for non-students and community members

Community member computer and printing access

Getting a Login

If you are a community member or a student not currently enrolled in classes at LCC, you may go to the Library Circulation Desk and ask to use the printer. You will be issued a login name and password that will allow you to use the library printers.

Limit for printing is 1-2 pages. 

If you see a message that says there is not enough money in the account, please let the Circulation Desk know and ask for another login.


Use the login on any of the computers in the library. When you have accessed or entered what you want to print, press file, then print. Make sure that the printer you are printing to is named "Library Printers" On the Macintosh computers a second login will come up and you will need to enter the login name and password given to you at the Circulation desk. On the Windows computers, there will be no second login prompt.

The print job will now go into a queue. To release it from the queue, you will need to go to one of the computer release stations. There are three release stations. Two are for the black and white printers in room 232 at the back of the library. One is for color printing and is outside in the hall next to the library. When you go to the release station, use the login name and password given to you at the circulation desk.

If you need help printing or using the computers please come to SHeD for help.

For further help, click on Live Help, leave a ticket, or contact:
Student Help Desk
(541) 463-3333

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