This document will outline where students can go to print documents through the Pharos Print System.
The Student Technology Fee Committee (STFC) in partnership with Information Technology has created a helpful FAQ with answers to the most common questions regarding the Pharos Print System.
What is STFC?
The Student Technology Fee Committee (STFC) is charged with prioritizing and recommending projects for disbursement of the Student Technology Fee. The Student Technology Fee (STF) is a tuition surcharge that provides students with adequate technology experiences through several objectives.
My student account comes with $10. Where did this come from and why that amount?
The $10 allotted to you each fall and spring for printing (and $5 for summer) comes from the Student Technology Fee (STF) that each student contributes as part of their tuition. The allotments to the students is the equitable distribution of printing funds from STF.
The amounts will reset one week before each term (fall, spring, summer). No balances are carried forward.
What happens when my print allotment is gone?
If you spend the print allotment for any given semester, additional printing is automatically charged to your Titan Dollars. All charges to Titan Dollars are giving back to STF to subsidize the additional printing.
What will be done with the money saved from less student printing?
Funds previously spent on printer supplies and maintenance will remain in the STF pool to be spend on other student technology initiatives.
What about students who print as part of their on-campus jobs?
Students should be authorized to use department printers as part of their job. Student employees will not be charged for job-related printing from department printers. All jobs printed to lab printers are charged against the student’s print allotment.
How do I add more money to my printing balance?
If students have exhausted their print allotment as well as their Titan Dollars, UW Oshkosh provides multiple ways to add additional Titan Dollars.
How do I see how much money I have for printing?
If you need further assistance please contact the Information Technology Help Desk at 920-424-3020 or email@example.com