Answered By: Rowillie Ross
Last Updated: Mar 09, 2017     Views: 266

Q: How do I print a document at the library?
Answered by: Rowillie Ross

The BluePrint system allows users to send print jobs from their computer to the printer network. They may release their documents and print from any printer on campus.

If you have a Yale NetID, you can print from your personal laptop or from any computer cluster on campus.

  • To print from your laptop, ensure that your laptop is connected to the Yale Secure Wifi network. Follow the instructions on this webpage to install the print drivers.
  • The drivers are pre-installed on all Yale campus computers. Simply log in with your NetID.

You can now select either the BluePrint_BW print queue for black & white printing or the BluePrint_Color print queue for color printing in the print menu. You should receive a pop-up notice that your print job is being held in a queue.

If you have a guest print account, you must use the PaperCut Web Print service. Instructions for this service can be found here.

Once you receive confirmation that your document is being held in a queue, you can go to any print station on campus to release the print job. There are two printers in Sterling Memorial Library and four printers in Bass Library.

You can log in one of two ways:

1) Tap your ID card over the card reader:

2) Log in with your NetID OR guest username and password:

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