Copying and printing prices increasing Aug. 1; scanning and faxing prices not changing

The price of photocopying and printing on multifunction devices and microform stations in the University of Chicago residence halls and campus libraries—including Crerar, D’Angelo Law, Mansueto, Regenstein and SSA libraries—will increase on August 1, while prices for scanning and faxing will remain the same.  This will be the first price increase for copying and printing on Canon Unified Printing devices at the University of Chicago in four years. 

For 8.5 x 11 inch pages, prices for black-and-white copying or printing will increase from 10 cents to 13 cents per page, while color copying and printing will increase from 15 cents to 18 cents per page.  The charge for scans will remain at 2 cents per page.  Faxes will continue to cost 25 cents per page.

Fees charged for use of multifunction devices are intended solely to cover the cost of users’ photocopying, printing, faxing and scanning as provided by Canon.  Such fees are not used to underwrite the cost of any other offerings provided by the Library or other University units.

A full list of prices as of August 1, 2013, follows below and is available at printing.uchicago.edu:

Canon Unified Printing cost per page as of August 1, 2013

For more information about Canon Unified Printing, visit printing.uchicago.edu.

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