Southeastern welcomes students back for the start of classes this week while we continue to keep all faculty, staff and students who are not yet able to make it to campus in our thoughts as the region works to recover from devastating flooding.
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FLOOD RECOVERY FAQs
Many of the student computer labs at Southeastern are supported through the Student Technology Fee and approximately $100,000 of the funds annually pay for printing in the labs. Unfortunately, an estimated 40 percent of all printing in the labs is considered waste due to lack of awareness of the size of documents or through duplicate printing. The dollars spent on wasted prints means fewer funds that are available for new and updated equipment.
Southeastern's Student Technology Fee provides computer labs on and off campus for actively enrolled students. These computer labs have a print-management software called LionPrints installed that allows each student to manage the number of prints he or she uses each semester. The goal of this system is to fairly distribute an adequate amount of prints to each student (50 pages per academic hour) and decrease the amount of printing waste. Significantly reducing printing waste will enable the university to spend student technology dollars more efficiently.
Southeastern recommends that students review the following criteria before printing
in order to maximize printing efficiency (to help you save prints) and reduce paper
Before releasing a print job, consider using online resources when available and print only what needs to be printed.
If the document is excessively large, consider ways to reduce it.
Other things to consider before releasing a print job: