Photocopying-Printing

The printing system works across the UCY. University community members can print, copy or scan in any UCY printing equipment (Labs, Library, Departments, etc.) with the same printing limit.

At the Main Library and Archaeological Research Unit  there is equipment you can use with your member card (smartcard) in order to photocopy, print or scan.
 
The new building equipped with 10 multifunction machines. One Color and one B/W in each floor.

Adding credit to your card

In order to add credit to your smartcard, visit http://www.ucy.ac.cy/epayments or charged it via the credit machine located at the Main Library. For more information, follow the the instruction.

Printing

You can submit a request to print from computers at the Library and at the Labs and you can pick the printout from any machine connected to the printing system within the next 4 hours.

For more information regarding printing, please read these instructions.

UCY students are given for free a €10 credit (equivalent to 200 B&W pages) per semester. The limit is set automatically by the system. Any credit not used during the fall semester is transferred to the next spring semester, however at the beginning of each academic year the credit is set again to €10,00.

Charges from printing/photocopying

Printing and photocopying are charged in Euro (€). Each B&W page is €0,05 while each color page is €0,15.

Application for Visitor’s University Card for photocopying by non-Library members

If you are an external user or graduate of the University of Cyprus or any other education institute and you are not registered as Library member, you can apply for a Smart Card to be used for photocopying submitting the “Application for Visitor’s University Card for photocopying by non-Library members”, to be handed in at the Circulation and User Services Office. For the issuing of the card there is a one-off charge of €12,00.

 

According to the Disciplinary Rules for Students of the University of Cyprus, photocopying more than 10% of a book or carrying a photocopy of 10% of a book in the University premises is an offense. (Proceedings of the 235th Meeting of the Senate, 6/4/2005, 11:00– 15:45, §4.3.2.3 Photocopying of Books – Modification of Disciplinary Rules for Students)