Summer Allotment Distributed
On Friday, May 30th, all students' quota allotment was recharged back up to $7.50 for Summer session. In addition, any monies students personally added by credit/debit or pre-paid cards were rolled over.
Students can see their account information by logging into their print account using the "Details" link on the Print Smart popup on all campus computers.
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Reducing the amount of paper is part of the College’s ongoing efforts to have a more environmentally friendly and greener campus. Also, as a not-for-profit, taxpayer supported institution, the College is committed to recovering costs wherever possible.
Madison College students are Real World Smart and that includes being good stewards of the Earth. That is why we are introducing Print Smart, a series of efforts that will encourage smart and responsible printing by students throughout the District. Our goal is to decrease printing by 40% or more over the next year.
In 2012, students roughly printed 7,400,000 sheets which is the equivalent of:
- 92 trees
- 33,254 kg of CO2
- 2,093,728 hours running a 60W bulb
- Almost half of all student printing is done in our libraries throughout the District
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Year of Education & Evaluation
Over the next year, our Print Smart Team, will be out and about educating faculty, staff and students, and behind the scenes evaluating the software, print patterns, successes and problems, initiating a year of education and evaluation. This has been a collaborative process stretching across departments and user groups and those relationships have been so valuable to the launch and success of the College's Print Smart campaign. We are continuing to work hard to serve our students in the best way we can. We appreciate your patience and help in the process as this journey continues.