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Printers, Copiers & Technology

All UW-Green Bay Libraries have computer workstations and printing capabilities. For more information, view computer labs and software by location or contact your campus library.

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Cofrin Library, Green Bay

Computers

The UW-Green Bay Libraries, Cofrin Library has over 70 workstations throughout the 3rd-6th floors; most computers are located on the 3rd floor.

Visitors may access library resources on the computers located on the 3rd floor at table 5 or by using the internet/printing computers. All computers throughout the library are available to UW-Green Bay students, staff, and faculty.

To see what software is available on library computers, see software configurations in the campus computer labs.

Copier/Scanner

The copier/scanner on the 3rd floor of the Cofrin Library can be used to scan and email documents for free. UW-Green Bay students, staff, and faculty can copy using Pass Points. Visitors can copy using a guest card.

To get a guest card, ask at the 3rd floor Circulation Desk. You must then add money to the card using a debit/credit card online. The library does not take cash for printing. You can add cash to your guest card at the University Union Ticketing and Information Center or the General Access Computer Lab.

Black and white copy costs:

  • 8.5 x 11 inches: $0.10/page
  • 11 x 17 inches: $0.20/page

There are two flatbed scanners available to UW-Green Bay students, staff, and faculty on the 3rd floor of the library. One is at Table 3 and another is at Table 7.

Printing

There are two black and white printers and one color printer on the 3rd floor of the Cofrin Library. There are two black and white printers on the 2nd floor in the Library Commons.

Printing/passprint information for students, includes costs and printing directions.

Printing for guests: Visitors can print with a guest card. Ask for one at the 3rd floor Circulation Desk. You must then add money to the card using a debit/credit card online. The library does not take cash for printing. You can add cash to your guest card at the University Union Ticketing and Information Center or the General Access Computer Lab.