The University's Student print service is currently in the process of transitioning from the UniCard provider to Fuji Xerox Australia (FXA). New multi-function devices (MFDs) and printers are being installed, and a new software system for topping-up cards, paying for printing and requesting refunds, has been set-up. The transition is happening during the week beginning Monday 17 December.
During the transition, students can use the Online Print Portal to print, top up printing credit, check account balances, and view transaction history. You can continue to upload your document for printing to a secure website and print from your own device at home or at Uni, and collect your print job from the most convenient printer on campus. In addition to printing and copying, the multi-function devices (MFDs) in the Libraries allow you to scan and photocopy documents.
Below, you will find a transition schedule as well as information on where you can print during the transition:
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|Student Print prices 2019||Print/Copy (A4)||Print/Copy (A3|
|Black and White||1-sided||$0.10||$0.20|
|Black and White||2-sided||$0.19||$0.38|
Topping up and refunds
- Login to Student Print portal via https://print.unimelb.edu.au
- Click Account Recharge
- Enter password
- Select Top-Up Amount
- Enter your details
Payment Terms & Conditions
Any amount lost due to printing issues will be refunded on a case-by-case basis. Please submit your request via the Help Desk number on extension 40888 (8344 088 from outside the University).
Balance Transfers can be made using a Service Now form (insert URL link to form?)
All refunds will be made at the discretion of the University of Melbourne.
University of Melbourne Trading Address
Rm 404 Raymond Priestly Bldg
University of Melbourne VIC 3010
Help with Unicard Service
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
- Cost of printing and photocopying
- Printer and equipment locations
- How to print on MFDs?
- How to scan to email?
- How to recharge your card with coins or notes?
- Other services Unicard provides?