Answered By: Arianna Schlegel
Last Updated: Aug 02, 2018     Views: 323

The Library uses the VPrint system. The VPrint system requires a Vassar ID or a VPrint card. There is no charge for printing, but we hope the system will help us save paper. You will login to print from any computer in the library and send your printing to a print release station on the Main floor or in the Periodical Room. VPrinters are located near the Reference Room, the Periodical Room, on the ground floor near the main stairs, and just outside the DMZ (room 154). For more information, see the CIS VPrint Site


For Guests or those with our Vassar ID's

In order to print/copy in the library, you will need to purchase a VPrint card. The VPrint card machine is located in the main library in the after hours space near the printers and the new Studio Space. The initial card costs $5 and has a value of $3.75. Value can be added to your card as needed. 

Chromebooks for use within the library may be checked out from the Main Circulation Desk. Most computers in the library do not have floppy or zip drives. In order to save data, you will need to either bring a USB device with you, save the data to another machine on the campus network, or bring a disk and check out one of the small number of external drives available from the circulation desk.

For help with printing, contact the CIS Help Desk at x7224 (845-437-7224).