Print, copy and scan

You can use your Charles Sturt Card to print, copy and scan at all our public access multifunction devices (MFDs).

You can print, copy and scan using multifunction devices (MFDs) at all our campuses. MFDs are all-in-one printers, scanners and photocopiers.

You can print documents either:

  • directly from a Charles Sturt device, by pressing 'print'
  • from your personal device, via

Once you've submitted the job, you can collect your printing from any on-campus MFD by swiping your Charles Sturt Card and entering your PIN. If you don't collect your printing within 24 hours, it will be deleted from the queue.

For full instructions on printing, copying and scanning, check out our instruction document (pdf). These instructions are also located near our MFDs.

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Costs and how to pay

You'll use your Charles Sturt Card to complete printing, copying and scanning jobs, and pay any associated costs using your card account.

The costs for printing and copying are set out in the following table. Scanning is currently free.

Black & White A4 Single sided $0.10
Black & White A4 Duplex $0.09
Black & White A3 Single Sided $0.20
Black & White A3 Duplex $0.17
Colour A4 Single sided $0.41
Colour A4 Duplex $0.35
Colour A3 Single sided $0.73
Colour A3 Duplex $0.62

Answers to common questions

Yes. Print jobs sent through Papercut are limited to 100 pages. This is to ensure that students are not charged excessively for printing that may have be sent in error. If you wish to print jobs larger than 100 pages, you'll need to send the job in sections.

If the screen is off, press the green/blue glowing button to wake the machine from power save mode.

Once you've completed your printing/copying/scanning, make sure you log out of the machine. Otherwise, someone else could use your printing credit.

To log out:

  • press 'Home'
  • press 'Logout'.

Image files (e.g. JPEG) are not directly supported, as the file format doesn't specify what size it should be printed. Create a PDF or Word document containing the images in your desired layout.

The easiest way to do this is to print the page to a PDF and then upload that PDF to