Wi-Fi Printing Service is now available to all CUHK students, staff and alumni. It enables you to print conveniently from your own Window-based notebook / Mac OS device to 49 designated multi-function photocopiers (MFP) located at different libraries within the CUHK Library. All you need to do is configuring / installing the appropriate printer drivers below, via the campus network, you can simply send print jobs, from your own device to the designated Wi-Fi enabled MFPs. The print job will be activated once you have keyed in your password and presented your Octopus card.
Where to Print?
You can print anywhere on the campus network from CUHK campus Wi-Fi network (SSID: CUHK, CUHK1x, CUHKa, CUguest, eduroam) to the following designated MFPs:
Chung Chi College Elisabeth Luce Moore Library
Lee Quo Wei Law Library
Li Ping Medical Library
New Asia College Ch’ien Mu Library
United College Wu Chung Library
How to Print?
- The service is accessible only to CUHK campus Wi-Fi network (SSID: CUHK, CUHK1x, CUHKa, CUguest, eduroam)
- Download and install the printer driver. Each printer driver/configuration can print to one designated MFP only. Refer to the guides (Windows | Mac)
- Wi-Fi printing only supports Octopus charging method
- Wi-Fi printing does not support Linux and any OS not listed below
Installation Guide for Windows-based devices
This service is available to devices with MacOSX 10.4 or above. Please follow the steps below:
Installation Guide for Mac OS devices
Note: Printing service from iOS/Android devices will be temporarily suspended from 30 April 2018.
b. Send Print Jobs to the MFP
Once you have installed the required printer driver and configured your devices, you will be able to send print jobs to the designated MFPs.
c. Pick up your Print Job
The print job will be released once you have input your password and presented the Octopus card for payment. You may refer to the online guide for detailed procedure. The print job will be available within 3 hours after sending the print job.
Charging for Printouts
The charges for printout are the same as printing from MFPs.