Printers are provided in all ETS supported labs. Before using the printers, please read the printing policies. These policies have been implemented so that all users will have the best experience with printing in the computer labs.

The lab and classroom printers utilize a printing quota system to offset the cost of printing, and to keep the printing costs relatively fair.

For those wishing to print to the lab printers from their personal devices, ETS has a Web Print tool available.

Printer Policies

Students can print whatever they want as long as it falls within CSU’s Acceptable Use Policy (AUP). This policy defines what is acceptable and what is not acceptable for printing on CSU printers (to include the printing of offensive material or duplicating of copyrighted material. Any violation of these policies will result in disabling your user account.

Adding a New Printer to the Network

We will be happy to work with anyone who wishes to add a new printer to the network, or the quota system. We will need to meet with someone to discuss the purchase and installation. If you would like your printer added to the quota system, we will talk with you about how the funding works and how it will affect the current quota. Currently, it is not technically possible to have separate quotas for separate printers. If you have any questions or would like to talk about adding a printer, contact ETS.

List of Lab and Classroom Printers

Printers by Printer Type

Don’t see what you’re looking for? Please let us know by emailing us at or by contacting us via the ETS Freshservice site.

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