Release Station Printing (Papercut) - Wired and Wireless
Student printing at Seton Hall Law School is managed by our Papercut system and requires students to release their print jobs rather than sending them directly to a specific printer. This not only increases the efficiency and security of our printing services by allowing students to print only what they need, but provides "follow me" printing so that print jobs can be released at various locations throughout the building.
To print, log in on any public computer and select "Law School Printer" for your printer choice (usually the default). Print your job and once completed you will see a message on the bottom right of your screen stating the your print job is now held in queue for release at any release station.
To release your stored print job, locate any release station in the building, login, select your job and click "print". Your job will then print to one of the printers associated with that release station.
Note: Please check that at least one of the printers associated with your release station is online and in service. If none are, please release your print job at another release station and notify our Law Helpdesk of the printer issue.
Release Stations are located:
Library 4th floor rear post (across from elevator) -> printing to the Canon printer next to the release station
Library 4th floor circulation desk -> printing to the Canon printer next to the release station
Library 3rd floor post outside training lab -> printing to the Canon printer by the glass wall
4th floor computer lab -> printing to the Canon printers in same room
Please note that if you do not release your print job within 24 hours it will automatically delete.
Wireless printing is supported on most platforms, including Windows, OS X, iOS and Android devices. The link below (which can only be accessed on the wireless network) will give you device specific information on how to install the wireless Law School printer. You must be connected to the Law School wireless network in order to install and access the wireless printing system. Print jobs are still released as detailed above.