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Printing With Your EdPass


To print in campus computer labs, you’ll want to use your EdPass. Your EdPass is loaded with 25 free pages each quarter, and then it costs .05 per page to print after that. You can reload your EdPass at kiosks near the computer labs (cash only), at the College Store in Brier Hall, or at the Cashier’s Office.

Find printers at the computer labs in: Alderwood Hall • Brier Hall • Library, Lynnwood Hall • Mountlake Terrace Hall • Mukilteo Hall • Snohomish Hall

No EdPass? Find out how to get one in the EdPass office. It’s free.
How many free pages do I get? Use your EdPass to print and you’ll get 25 free pages.

Note: There are no rollover pages. The free pages loaded on to your EdPass are for that quarter only.

Because the goal is print less, we’re reducing the number of free pages available each quarter gradually to give you a chance to find out how to reduce the number of pages you need to print and give instructors time to make changes to help students print less, too.

Printing With a Community Card

If you don’t have an EdPass, you can buy a community card at one of the kiosks and use it to print. But, you only get free pages with an EdPass.

Use the community card to print and buy things on campus (at the College Store and Triton Espresso, for example). Treat the card like cash — there’s no replacement if it’s lost, damaged, or stolen. However, the card expires after 24 months of inactivity — any unused balance will be donated to the Edmonds Community College Foundation. Swipe the card at any print station or kiosk to check the balance. You may add funds to the community card. However, keep the amounts fairly low in case it gets lost. The card may only be used for purchases and is not redeemable for cash. See the complete list of terms and conditions here.

About Fees for Printing

The $.05 per page fee covers the costs of paper, toner, printer maintenance, replacement printers, and other printing equipment. No, these costs aren’t covered by your student technology fees, which pay for many one-time technology investments, and partially fund computer lab support and lab maintenance, operation, and equipment.

Can't Afford to Print?

Think it will be too expensive to print?
Prior to EdCC’s pay-for-print system, the average person printed 84 pages per quarter.
Under the pay-for-print system if you use your EdPass, you will get 25 complimentary pages to use for each quarter.

If money is tight and you feel you cannot afford to print what is needed for your classes, we can help by providing more free pages!

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