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Student Printing: How to print to an Albion printer from your personal computer.
What type of files can I print?
You will not be able to choose a specific page range when using the web print option. If your document is 8 pages, you will have to print all 8 pages instead of pages 3 and 4. If you would like to print specific pages, you will need to save them as a separate document.
How do I access web print?
Log in to www.albion.edu/webprint with your Albion network username and password. This is the same password you use to log-in to course webs or an Albion computer lab machine.
Select the “Web Print” option available from the list on the left-hand side.
Once you have selected Web Print, select the “Submit a Job” button on the right-hand side of the screen. Next, you will see the list of printers available for web print. Select the printer you would like to print to. If the printer you would like to print to is not listed, web print is currently not available for that printer. Please email
with the name of that printer so it can be considered for Web Print in the future.
Next, you will select the number of copies and to which account you would like to print to. The default is to print one (1) copy of the document, but you can change that by altering the number in the "Copies" box.
It will default to your personal account, but if you are a member of a student organization, you can select “Charge to shared account,” and select that organization in the drop-down menu. We do not use PIN/code at Albion so that feature can be ignored. When you are finished modifying the number of copies and account information, you can select “Upload Document.”
Lastly, you will select “Browse” to locate the document you would like to print. Once you have selected the document, click the “Upload & Complete” button to finish printing.
The screen above will appear once your job has been queued for printing. To continue printing, select the “Submit a Job” button.
Electric Vehicle Support
The Albion College Campus currently supports 3 methods of charging electirc vehicles on campus.
1. At the Science Complex, in the east parking lot, there is an EVI (Electric Vehicle Infrastructure) DS-200-Dl. This supports up to two vehicles, providing either 110 or 220 volts via a type 3s connector.
2. Camous Safety has a GEM LSV-100 Opportunity charger. This is a 220 VAC chrger specifically designed for the GEM car.
3. The Grounds department also utilizes a GEM electric vehicle. This unit uses any standard 110 V outlet.
Pleasse feel free to contact us if you have any questions, concerns, or comments.
A cardiovascular fitness room was added to the Dow Recreation and Wellness Center in 2009. The room houses exercise bikes, elliptical trainers, treadmills, and StairMaster machines.
Three wall-mounted televisions are available for bike and elliptical users and each treadmill has a TV mounted above its display panel. Windows giving users a view of campus and of the activity in the Dow brighten the space.
At the completion of your day, please stop by the Admission Office to turn in your program evaluation.
Information Session Descriptions
College Financing This session will explore the many options and opportunities to help meet the costs of going to college. Going beyond the typical financial aid resources, we'll look at many ways students and families pay for college, including tips for searching for scholarships. We'll also explore those financial skills all entering students need to succeed at college.
Ask a Brit Student Panel What is college really like? Interested in learning more about student life from the perspective of students at Albion College? This session will provide the opportunity for you to speak with current Albion students about all aspects of college life.
Parent Panel Are you wondering about what your student will be eating in the dining hall? Worried about where they will go to the doctor if they get sick? If you've harbored these questions or others common to parents with students going off to college, this session is for you! You will have a chance to meet the parents of current Albion College students who will talk candidly about their experiences as Albion parents. There will be lots of time for Q&A—so bring your questions with you!
An Albion College education. It's hands-on. It's the liberal arts. It's career readiness. It's providing you the knowledge, skills, and experiences you'll need to succeed in college, in your career, and in your life.
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