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If you only have the data you want to print on a USB thumbdrive, please go to the photocopy shop or room in NUS Central Library to print. Alternatively, you can use one of the PCs located at the InfoCommons to print your materials.
You can also print from your laptop using the following settings below. Payment at most libraries is by cashcard or ezlink card. Printing in color is also available, please select the correct printer.
Please note that like most printing facilities in NUS, you will need to be a current NUS student or staff with a NUSnet ID to do any printing. NUS alumni with printing and scanning needs should instead check with the Alumni Service Centre. You may also call them at (+65) 65165775 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions on U-Town Printing instead. For printing questions with regards to other labs, please approach the approporiate staff of these labs. We regret we are unable to assist.
To print from your laptop, first login into NUS wireless network.
Central Library (For Windows & Mac Users)
All other libraries other than Central LIbrary (For Windows & Mac Users)
Instructions are available here.
Mac users can find out their computer name needed to print by visiting this link.
For other operating systems & other issues
For users with other operating systems (e.g. Linux etc), please consult the student assistant at InfoCommons and/or photocopy vendor.
You can also counsult the student assistant at the InfoCommons and/or the photocopy vendor if you have trouble connecting your laptop to the printers
Once you have sent your print jobs, you can proceed to the print release stations at Central Library InfoCommons.
For Mac users who are facing issues with the username/computer name to key into the print release stations for printing, you can visit this faq page for help.
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