Welcome to BluePrint. As a student, all of your printing will likely take place utilizing one of our over 20 public printers at Seton Hall University. In an effort to better manage your printing, while providing the advantages of convenience, security and sustainability, we implemented the print management system BluePrint. It also provides security and privacy to all print jobs since your Seton Hall credentials are required to release the jobs at the print.
BluePrint provides wireless printing on campus, black & white and color printing, black & white copies, and scanning options.
How does BluePrint work?
BluePrint is the student printing solution available to all currently - enrolled students at Seton Hall University. It is a user friendly application that encourages responsible printing and copying. Blue Print provides students with over 20 printers placed in various public areas around campus including residence halls.
As part of the student technology fees, every currently-enrolled students is provided complementary printing funds each semester. Part-time students are allotted $10.00 (200 pages) and full time students are allotted $20.00 (400 pages). Students may continue to print beyond the complementary number of pages allotted at $0.05 per page by adding money to their Pirate Gold account. Color printing is available at $0.30 per page. By default, all prints are double sided. Unused funds do not roll over into the next semester.
How does BluePrint work?
If a printer is offline or out of service, you can locate another available Blue Print printer, log into the release station and print your job. There is no need to re-send the document to the printer. Your print jobs will remain in the printer queues (or ready to be printed) for 60 minutes. However, once your print job has been released you will not be able to print it for a second time unless reprinted.
Refund of Print Credits
Students can request a printing refund. Note, that refund will go into your printing allocation and not be refunded in cash. Below are examples for when to request a refund:
- Paper Jam
- Print Quality Issues, i.e smudging or uneven distribution of ink
- Printer Malfunction
Below are examples for when a refund will NOT be issued:
- User error (I printed the same job twice.)
- Printed the same document multiple times
- Printed the wrong document
- Printed a slide per page when you intended to print multiple slides to a page
- Printed to color when you intended to print black & white
- Printed with sizing or zooming errors
- Requests submitted with no reason
- Requests entered more than 24 hours past the print job submission