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UWStudent Mobile Printing Service (EveryonePrint) Frequently Asked Questions

What is the mobile printing service?

The Mobile printing service allows students to print documents from mobile devices through a web interface or the supported iOS app. This service integrates with the existing print monitoring solution and the print charges are deducted from your print monitoring account used on fixed lab nodes on campus.

How do I access and use the system?

What types of documents can I print?

The following document types are allowed:

  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher)
  • PDFs
  • Image files: JPGs, GIFs, TIFs, and BMPs
  • text documents

What types of devices can I print from?

The mobile print service currently works on the following operating systems:

What printers are connected to the service?

Below is a list of available printers accessible through the mobile print service:

AG 142 Network Printers
Bio Science 37 Lab Printer
Bison Run 103 Lab Printer
Business 167 Laser Printer
Coe 100 Open Lab Printer
Coe 200 Open Lab Printer
Coe 202 Color Printer ($.25)
Coe 301 Dell Laser Printers
Corbett 104 Laser Printer
Education 4 Printer
Geology Library Lab Printer
Health Science 205 Printer
Law School 001A Printer
Law School 122 Printer
Law School 145 Printer
Law School 242 A Printer
Union 33 Network Printer
Washakie 11 Lab Laser Printer

Can I print from off campus?

No, the service is only available to computers located on-campus and connected to hardwired connection or the UWyo wireless SSID.

What is the cost per print to use the service?

The print charges are the same as connecting through a fixed lab node. Print charge info can be found on the ASU Services for Students page.

How can I add money to my print account?

Additional funds can be added to your account by using the print quota increase utility on the UWStudent Print Quota Increase Utility page.

I had a problem with my print job and it is not usable, how do I get a refund?

You can visit a Lab Assistant in a staffed lab to request a refund, or you can email the Academic Support Unit at  Please be sure to include the name of the document, the date, time and how many pages.

Reviewed: 0414 By: JB

Additional help with the installation and configuration of
UW-supported software is available:
Contact the IT Help Desk at 766-HELP (4357), option 1
Contact the IT Help Desk at 766-HELP (4357), option 1
Come to the student computer lab in the lobby of the
Information Technology Center.

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