Printing

Printing/Copying for Non-Curriculum Students & Community Patrons

In the Anne Moss-Biggs Library (Building 4), all patrons, including Community Patrons, can make color prints/copies via use of a coin-operated machine (7855i Xerox).  The cost of color printing is twenty-five (25) cents per copy, and the cost for black-and-white copying is ten (10) cents.  Note that users will be charged for two copies, if they choose double-sided printing.  The coin-operated machine accepts coins (no pennies) and bills up to $5.00. 

Note that, on this machine, patrons must choose whether they wish to make black-and-white copies (10 cents) or color copies (25 cents).

Print jobs are sent to a hold queue on the 7855i Xerox printer until patrons insert sufficient funds into the coin-op.  Patrons may also choose to delete a job in the queue, if they do not wish to pay the fee.

Printing/Copying for Curriculum Students and Career & College Promise Students

Beginning in the fall semester 2017, Robeson Community College will be implementing a new print solution, called PaperCut, for its curriculum students only.  This print management system will allow the college to better manage its print resources on campus.

How to Print

  • When curriculum students attempt to print from any application, they will be prompted to log in to their individual PaperCut accounts.
  • PaperCut account access:  Student’s full email address and student’s RCC network password.
  • If you do not know your username or password, please go to the MyRCC page and click on Password Management to set up or reset your information.
  • Students will be able to print on the first day of the semester, or within 24 hours after their late registration as their PaperCut accounts will be created overnight.

PaperCut Allotments

Enrolled RCC curriculum students will receive a $20.00 allotment allowing them to print 200 black-and-white pages in the fall and spring semesters, respectively, and they will receive a $10.00 allotment during the summer semester.  Thereafter, students will be able to add funds to their accounts in order to print additional pages when needed. 

Curriculum students will be able to print in black-and-white for ten (10) cents per copy.  Note that this means that students will be charged for two copies (or 20 cents), if they choose double-sided printing.

Allotments are given to curriculum students at the beginning of each semester.  If these allotments go unused, they will disappear at the end of the semester and will not transfer to the next semester.  However, any monies which students have added to their PaperCut accounts, and which have not been used by the end of the semester, will carry over to the following semester.

Viewing a Summary of Your PaperCut Account

Curriculum students will their PaperCut account while logged in to any RCC computer.  Simply click on the “Summary” link to see what funds are available.  From there, you will also be able to view the number of print jobs and the number of pages you have printed.  

Adding Funds to Your PaperCut Account

If your PaperCut account balance becomes low, and it is necessary to add funds, curriculum students will be able to add funds in increments of $5.00 (cash only).  Monies can be added at the RCC Business Office (Building 2) from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.  Beyond these hours, students may visit the Circulation Desk in Building 4, during library open hours.

Color Printing for Curriculum Students

In the Anne Moss-Biggs Library (Building 4), Curriculum Students can make color prints/copies via use of a coin-operated machine (7855i Xerox).  The cost of color printing is twenty-five (25) cents per copy.  Note that users will be charged for two copies, if they choose double-sided printing.  The coin-operated machine accepts coins (no pennies) and bills up to $5.00. 

Note that, on this machine, patrons may choose whether they wish to make black-and-white copies (10 cents) or color copies (25 cents).

Print jobs are sent to a hold queue on the 7855i Xerox printer until patrons insert sufficient funds into the coin-op.  Patrons may also choose to delete a job in the queue, if they do not wish to pay the fee.

Resolving Issues with Printing

Curriculum Students may contact the I.T. Help Desk for assistance with issues related to printing, such as if you believe that there has been a printing malfunction.  However, if a printing problem or issue occurs at the Anne Moss-Biggs Library, students should confer with the library’s director for a resolution.  If necessary, and after reviewing each situation and making a case-by-case determination, the help desk technicians or the library director can make adjustments to a student’s PaperCut account.  Finally, no cash refunds will be issued for any reason.