Printing to UD IT Supported Printers

This page provides information about printing to UD IT Supported Printers.

Printing Overview

To print from a Windows or Macintosh computer in an Information Technologies (IT) computing site or to print from a printing kiosk, you will need your UD ONEcard to release the job to a printer.

Students receive some free printing on their FLEX accounts for printing. Prints made after the free prints have been used will be charged to their FLEX accounts.

Printing Locations

These locations charge for printing:

  • IT labs (004 Smith, 113 McDowell)
  • Library (Morris, Chemistry (2nd floor Brown Lab), Educational Resource Center (012 Willard Hall))
  • Art (203 Recitation Hall)
  • Music lab (109 AED) 
  • Student Centers (Perkins and Trabant)
  • Townsend lobby 
  • B&E TechDeck (Purnell)
  • Whitney Athletic Center (student athletes only)


Printing Fee Plan

  • Faculty, Staff, and Students: Fee-based printing: Rates for black and white printing:
    • Five cents ($0.05) per single-sided piece of paper.
    • Four cents ($0.04) per side of a double-sided piece of paper.
  • Students: Limited free prints: The printing fee plan allows a UD student to print $5 in free printing (roughly 100 sheets of one-sided printing) for free before incurring printing charges:
    • Roughly every semester (January 1-June 30 and July 1-December 31), you have $5 worth of free Flex to use for printing.
    • After your free allocation is used, printing fees will be charged to your UD Flex account (see Special FLEX Account Information for Students below).
    • The printing allocation does not carry over.


Your UD ONEcard, Print Release Station, and Flex Account

You will need your valid UD ONEcard to print in the locations listed above. The print release station works together with your UD ONEcard and your Flex account.

Important Note
If you do not have funds in your Flex account, you will not be able to print after your free printing allocation is depleted. You may add money to your FLEX account in a number of ways and at different locations on campus.

Special FLEX Account Information for Students

  • The first 100 sheets of paper (single-sided) you print will be charged to the PrintLess "free printing allocation" that is associated with your Flex account.
  • After you exhaust your free printing allocation, the printing fees will be charged to your FLEX account.

Special FLEX Account Information for Faculty and Staff: Departmental FLEX Accounts

For information about Departmental FLEX accounts, read the FLEX web site information.

Printing Your Job

There are a few ways that you can submit and collect your prints.

Print from a computer in a University Computing Site

To print your job from a UD computing site system, follow these steps:

  1. After you select the one-sided or two-sided printer through the Print option in your application, enter your username and password in the pop-up dialog box. Then go to the print release station in one of the locations above.  
  2. Use your UD ONEcard to log into the release station.
  3. Click the Print option next to the job(s) you want to print. Large print jobs may take up to a minute or more to appear in the list.
  4. Pick up your job from the printer.

Print from a personal device

To prepare your device to use Papercut, go to and follow the instructions on that page. This page automatically detects your device's OS and displays the appropriate instructions. There are links at the bottom of the page for directions to use with other supported operating systems.


Print from Windows, ChromeOS, or Android devices

Non-Apple devices use the PaperCut Mobility Print app, which must be installed on your device. Part of the app installation process guides you through adding available printers, and stores your credentials for future printing.

Available printers are:
  • 0-ud1sided (black and white, one-sided prints)
  • 0-ud2sided (black and white, two-sided prints)
  • 0-ud1sided-color (color, one-sided prints)
  • 0-ud2sided-color (color, two-sided prints)

Print from an Apple device

To add these printers on an Apple iOS mobile device, follow these steps:

  1. Using an Apple iPhone or iPad, touch the Action icon in the app you wish to print from, then scroll down the list of actions and choose Print.
  2. Touch the Printer entry at the top, then scroll down the list of printers, and choose the appropriate printer for your needs: 0-ud1sided, 0-ud2sided, 0-ud1sided-color, or 0-ud2sided-color.
  3. Choose your print options (make sure the paper size is set to Letter), and touch Print. Enter your UD username (without the and password when prompted.

To add these printers on a MacOS laptop, follow these steps:

  1. On your Macbook, go to System Preferences and double-click Printers and Scanners.
  2. Click the plus sign (+) below the Printers list.
  3. When the Add window opens, make sure the Default button is selected at the top, and look for printers called 0-ud1sided, 0-ud2sided, 0-ud1sided-color, or 0-ud2sided-color.
  4. Select the desired printer and click the Add button. The printer installs.
  5. The first time you print using one of these printers, you will be asked to enter a username and password. This is your UD username and password. If you select the box to save the information in your keychain, you will not need to enter this each time you print.