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Printing on campus

There are multi-function printers available across Curtin’s campuses, including in faculty computer labs, Abacus labs and our libraries.

Once you have sent a job to print, you can collect your print job from any printer across the campus. It must be printed within 48 hours.

All printers on campus can print in both Colour and Black & White.

Register your ID card

Forgot your card? You can enter your OASIS log in details on the printer to print/scan/copy your documents.

Register Your ID Card Guide [.pdf 732kB]

Copying on Campus

Most printers on campus have the ability to photocopy your documents.

How To Photocopy Guide [.pdf 764KB]

Guest Printing

Guest printing is available on all Library computers. If you are experiencing issues, visit one of the IT help desks for assistance.

Guest Printing Guide [.pdf 408kB]

How to print

Printing and photocopying fees

Documents not printing?

There are many reasons why a document may fail to print, but the most common reasons are:

  • Length of the file name: Try to keep your file name under 50-characters when saving.
  • Type of document: Although every attempt has been made to support most popular file formats (e.g. email messages, word, excel, PowerPoint, pdf and image files (jpeg and tiff), we cannot guarantee all document types will be supported.

Scanning on Campus

You can scan documents directly to their email or send to your own personal email. Just select the option when you log into the printer.

How To Scan Guide [.pdf 711kB]

You can now scan to OneDrive, see the guide below to instructions.

How To Scan To OneDrive [.pdf 488kB]

Documents not scanning?

Documents over 20MB may be too large for email. If the file is too large, adjust your scan settings to Compact PDF prior to scanning. Alternatively complete the scans in separate files and merge them using Adobe Acrobat Reader.