Printing, Copying, & Scanning

The Styberg Library has several printers, copiers, and scanners available for use. Below you will find information on how to use your account, cost, and copyright restrictions.


Stop by the Circulation Desk anytime for assistance with printing, copying, and scanning.

PaperCut accounts are created for current Garrett students, faculty, and staff. At the Circulation Desk, a microchip is placed on your ID card which associates the card with your account. You may load money onto your print account at the circulation desk using cash or check.

*Guest print cards are also available at the Circulation Desk.

Screenshot of Papercut account login

Additional Information

The Styberg Library’s copying and printing services are managed through a web-based payment system called PaperCut. With this system users can check their printing balance, use the copiers/printers without having their physical print card with them, and use Web Print to send print jobs directly from your own laptop.


The Library also has 2 scanners available for use. The KIC Scanner is the library’s newest scanner, and the Toshiba Scanner is connected to the color copier/printer. For a quick tutorial on how to use the scanners, stop by the Circulation Desk. Scanning is always free of charge.


For pricing information and details on how to use our equipment, see the Technology/Equipment section of our Circulation Policy.

When printing, copying, and scanning, considering the copyright status of the item is very important. US Copyright Law allows libraries and their users to scan from library materials for research, teaching, and scholarly purposes; however, libraries must evaluate whether a scan is fair use. For more information, see the Copyright Checklist.


We are offering to scan items for patrons who are uncomfortable entering the library, unable to visit the library when we are open, or studying online or at a distance. We are also offering to scan chapters/articles for faculty and their courses.


Please note, we cannot scan entire books, as this would be a violation of copyright. When placing your request, keep Fair Use in mind. For more information, see the Copyright Checklist.