The next time you come to Gleeson Library, you may notice something conspicuous is missing.
There are no longer printers in the Reference Department computer lab, but actually not much has changed.
You can still print in the library! Just as you can print anywhere on campus using Pharos.
Consider Pharos to be cloud printing: send a print job to Pharos from any USF lab computer, your personal laptop, or your mobile device and pay for it/pick it up at any Xerox machine you see on campus. You can also plug a USB flash drive directly into the machine and print, as long as your file is in PDF format.
The Xerox machines are called MFPs or Multi-Function Printers: they photocopy, print, scan, fax, and more! Whenever you see one of these bad boys, you can print:
Click here to see a list of all Xerox MFPs on campus.
Click here to download the Pharos drivers for your personal laptop.
Click here to see a list of all ITS-run computer labs.
Watch this short video to find your way from the Reference Department computer lab to the nearest Pharos printers, a.k.a. Xerox MFPs.
Feel free to share your thoughts on this in the comments. We’re always looking for ways to improve your experience!
3 thoughts on “You can still print! The love of Pharos and Xerox”
Does it charge the account when printing from USB? Thank you.
Yes, it still charges, regardless of printing method.
Randy, can you contact me? I have some questions about your Pharos 314-705-7308.