All printing for Engineering is handled through the WUSTLprint system. You can submit a print job to the WUSTLprint system from the Engineering computer labs, from your own Windows or Mac computer, or from anywhere via email. Regardless of how you submit the print job, it will be held in the WUSTLprint queue for up to 12 hours, and can be released to any printer.

All Engineering school printers have names starting with "SEAS-", followed by the location of the printer.

There are three ways to release a held print job:

  1. Scanning a QR code on the printer with a cell phone
  2. Browsing to the PaperCut Print Release web site
  3. Swiping your ID card at a specific multi-function printer

Note: Jobs are held in the WUSTLprint queue for 12 hours before being purged

Computer Lab printing

Please select the printer named WUSTLPrint or WUSTLPrint-color, then release the print job to a specific printer using one of the methods above.

Laptop printing

Note: You must be connected to the WUSTL-2.0 network to print wirelessly.

You will need to install the appropriate PaperCut print drivers on your laptop. Follow the procedures on the Student Technology Services sites below.

For windows: https://sts.wustl.edu/services/printing/windows/

For Mac OS X: https://sts.wustl.edu/services/printing/mac-os-x/

When printing from your laptop, all jobs will be held in PaperCut until you release them using one of the release procedures below. The jobs are held for 12 hours.

Email-to-Print printing

You must use your @WUSTL email account.

This allows you to email print jobs from any mobile device, including your cell phone. To print documents as attachments via email, follow the setup instructions on this site:

http://sts.wustl.edu/services/printing/email-printing/

When emailing attachments as print jobs, all jobs will be held in PaperCut until you release them using one of the release procedures below. The jobs are held for 12 hours.

Supported attachments: Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, PDF, Picture Files

iPad printing

In order to print using your iOS device, first download and install the Mobile Client.

https://printing.wustl.edu:9192/ios/install

Follow the prompts to install the App. Afterwards, a Printing App (a Web Clip) is available on the home screen.

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Releasing print jobs

Releasing print jobs by scanning a QR code on the printer with your cell phone

Note: You must be connected to the WUSTL-2.0 network to release your print job.

While users can search to locate a device, QR codes provide a mechanism to launch Mobile Print Release directly with the printer automatically selected. Users simply scan the QR code on the printer with their mobile, which will automatically open the mobile release queue for the scanned printer.

Download and install any free QR Code reader app, such as QR Code Reader for Android or QR Code Reader for iPhone.

  1. Send a print job to one of the print-release printers.
  2. Scan the printer's QR code with the QR code reader app
  3. It will pop up the PaperCut mobile-release log-in webpage
  4. Log in to the PaperCut console.
  5. Your print job(s) will be listed.
  6. Once you arrive at the printer, touch Print to release the job(s)

Releasing print jobs by using a web browser (Chrome recommended)

Note: You must be connected to the WUSTL-2.0 network to release your print job.

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  1. Browse to https://printing.wustl.edu:9192/mr. If you are on a mobile device, your device must be connected to the wustl-2.0 or wustl-encrypted-2.0 wifi network. The Engineering computer lab machines have a shortcut to the website on their desktop.
  2. Log in using your WUSTL credentials
  3. Search for appropriate printer
  4. Choose to release or cancel your job(s) 


TIP:  Pin a PrintRelease shortcut to your cell phone's home page

Android: Launch Chrome and navigate to https://printing.wustl.edu:9192/mr. Tap the menu (more)  button and tap Add to homescreen.

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You'll be able to enter a name for the shortcut and then Chrome will add it to your home screen

iPhone, iPad: Launch Safari and navigate to https://printing.wustl.edu:9192/mr. Tap the Share button, then tap the 'Add to Home Screen' icon. Name the icon, and then tap Add.

Releasing print jobs by swiping your ID card at a specific multi-function printer

If you wish to release your print job at one of the mulit-function printers in Whitaker Hall, room 130 or Urbauer Hall, room 217, you can do so by swiping your ID card in the card reader attached to the printer. You can also use either of the other methods (QR code or website) for those printers.