Printing & Photocopying
There are six colour multi-function devices (MFDs) available within the library. These machines are used for both photocopying and printing. Three MFDs are available in the Printing and Photocopying Room on Level 0 and three more are situated on Level 2.
Our Current Charges:
- A4 Black and White: 5p
- A3 Black and White: 9p
- A4 Colour: 30p
- A3 Colour: 50p
Topping Up Your Print Credit
To print or photocopy, students must first add credit to their print account. This can be done by credit or debit card – in person in the Printing and Photocopying Room on Level 0 of the library, or online. In order to top up your credit online, you must first sign up for an ePayments for Printing account. Full instructions on how to sign up for and use ePayments for Printing can be found in our Frequently Asked Questions section – please consult these instructions before signing up.
ePayments for Printing can be accessed at www.gsa.ac.uk/epaymentsforprinting. You must use your GSA email account when creating your account.
If you experience any problems using this service, please contact LTHelp@gsa.ac.uk with a screenshot of the error and a description of the issue you encountered.
Guests and Visitors
Visitors wishing to print or copy should request a Visitor Print Card when signing in at Service Desk.
If you graduate or leave GSA and want a refund on your unused credit, please complete the Print Credit Refunds Form and bring it to the Learning Technology Helpdesk on Level 2 of the library. This form must then be signed by Registry and taken to the Finance Office.
There are important legal restrictions on what you can photocopy and print within the Library, and how much. For more information please consult our Copyright Guidelines page.
Please also take time to read the guidance displayed near the copiers. This will tell you what you are allowed to copy, and what you are not permitted to copy. It is important that you adhere to these limits.
If you are unsure about what you are allowed to photocopy whilst in the library, just ask at the library Service Desk.