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New in Fall 2020: Print & Go

Available in the Claire T. Carney Library Living Room.

On the way to an in-person lab and need to print an assignment or lab report? There’s no need to go to a computer in the Library Learning Commons to print: 

  1. Finish your document at home.
  2. Before heading to campus, upload your document from home to MyPrintCenter. 
  3. Release your document at one of the Print & Go stations in the Library Living Room within 24 hours.


PrintLess provides public access printing to the campus. You can send documents to print by:

  • Uploading from the myPrintCenter page,
  • Printing in the Library, and
  • Printing from your own computer with the PrintLess drivers installed.

To release your print job, visit a PrintLess printer with your UMass Pass within 24 hours of uploading or printing.

PrintLess Locations

Note that PrintLess locations have changed for the Fall 2020 semester to meet health and safety requirements.

Color and B&W Printing, Scanning, and Copying with Toshiba Multi-Function Devices (MFDs)

  • Claire T. Carney Library Living Room
  • Claire T. Carney Library, 1st-floor Learning Commons
  • Claire T. Carney Library, 2nd-floor Scholarly Commons
  • CVPA, ground floor lobby
  • Additionally, for resident students:
    • Oak Glen lobby
    • Woodland Commons mailroom
    • Cedar Dell West common room

Black & White Printing with Printers

  • Claire T. Carney Library, 1st-floor Learning Commons

Student print allocations and pricing

The student print allocation is 400 single-sided black and white sheets per semester (fall and spring).

The print allocation is managed with your UMass Pass. You'll need to swipe your UMass Pass at the print release station.

Your initial allocation represents $40 "print dollars," which cannot be refunded or re-allocated to other UMass Pass accounts. Note that:

  • Fall allocations roll over to the spring semester
  • All allocations are cleared each spring & begin again in the fall
  • Students receive 200 single-print sheets per intersession or summer session

Forgot your UMass Pass? There is a coin-operated print release station in the Claire T. Carney Library Learning Commons.

Print pricing 

  • Black & white single: 10¢
  • Black & white duplex: 15¢
  • Color single: 25¢
  • Color duplex: 40¢

Maximize your print allocation (and save paper) by selecting duplex printing whenever possible. Check with your professor before handing in a printed assignment that is duplexed.

If you need additional printing capacity beyond the allocation, you can deposit additional print funds to your UMass Pass at:

  • UMass Pass online: you may add additional funds in increments of $25
  • UMass Pass office: you may add additional funds with a minimum of $1 in cash or $25 via credit card

During the academic year, the UMass Pass office is typically open Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm.

When you add more funds for printing, they are loaded to the UMDollars account (and can be re-allocated for purposes other than printing). Funds for printing will always come out of your print allocation first.

The print release stations indicate your total UMass Pass funds: the balance shown is a combination of your UMass Pass general fund plus your print allocation for the semester or session. To check your specific print allocation balance, visit UMass Pass online or myPrintCenter.

Manage your printing with myPrintCenter

Use myPrintCenter to upload documents for printing, and to manage the documents you have sent to print. Visit and use your UMassD Logon credentials to log in.

The following upload file types are supported:

  • Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF)
  • Microsoft Word (.docx)
  • Microsoft Excel (.xlsx)
  • Microsoft PowerPoint (.pptx)
  • Microsoft Visio (.vsdx)
  • Image Files (.jpg, .gif, .png, .bmp)
  • Text Files (.rtf, .txt, .csv) 

More information is available at Using myPrintCenter

Printing from your computer or mobile device

Upload your document to myPrintCenter. Stop by within 24 hours to release the print job from the print queue. 

If you have suggestions or comments, please use the IT Help request form at


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