Print, Scan, Digitize
Printing is available in Butler Library, Lehman Library, the Science & Engineering Library, and the Business Library. In order to print, students will need a seat reservation. To print, just tap your CUID on the card reader and the printer will print everything that's in your PawPrint queue.
PawPrint is Columbia University’s student and faculty printing system on the Morningside campus. With PawPrint, you can send a document to print from any computer, and print it at any PawPrint print station. PawPrinters have been upgraded to a "touchless" system, just tap your CUID on the card reader and the printer will print everything currently in your print queue.
This fall, a study seat reservation is required in order to enter libraries. If you have a study seat reservation, you may use the PawPrinter located in that library. Libraries offering PawPrinter access are Butler, Lehman Social Sciences, Science & Engineering, Starr East Asian, and Watson Business Library. Touchless color printing can be found in Lehman room 323.
Please visit the PawPrint Quick Start Guide to get started, check quotas, report issues, and more.
Self-service scanning in the Libraries will be unavailable until further notice. Free self-serve scanners are available in all library locations. At least one scanner in each location is available for use by visitors (does not require UNI login).
Self-service Scanner Library Locations:
|Avery Library||100 Level; Rooms 213, 220B, 234|
|Barnard Library||2nd, 3rd, and 4th Floors|
|Burke Library||100 and 200 Level|
|Butler and Milstein Libraries||3rd Floor Lobby; Rooms 304, 305, 401|
|East Asian Library||300 Level|
|Journalism Library||Ground Floor|
|Lehman Library||3rd Floor|
|Music Library||7th Floor|
|Science And Engineering Library||4th Floor|
|Social Work Library||Photocopy Room|
Upon request, we provide faculty and staff with reproductions of items in our collections. Reproductions are intended for personal or scholarly use, and patrons are responsible for all copyright and permissions matters. Services include digital photography and flatbed scanning, electronic books, microfilm duplication, microfilm scanning, and audio reformatting.