Cornell Student Assembly

Investigative Committee on Stewardship in IT Governance and Campus Printing System

Get refunds for misprinted pages.

Experiencing half-printed pages or printed pages being crumpled up by the Net-Print printer?

Did you know that you can ask the lab or printer administrators for a refund for misprinted pages?

Cornell IT or the Net-Print administrators currently do not provide a centralized form for requesting refunds for misprinted pages, but the Cornell Student Assembly Task Force on Net-Print System Reform has compiled a list of web forms you can use or email addresses you can contact to request a refund for misprinted pages.

Cornell Print Services printers

  • Africana Studies - 1st Floor
  • Catherwood - ILR (left & right)
  • Kroch - Basement & 1st Floor reading room
  • Library Annex
  • Lincoln - 2nd Floor
  • Malott Math
  • Mann Library - 1st Floor (left & right)
  • Myron Taylor Law
  • Olin - Basement Level - CO & PC
  • Olin - 4th & 5th Floor
  • Sage - 1st Floor (left & right)
  • Sage - 2nd Floor
  • Sibley - Basement B56 (left & right)
  • Uris - Austin and Main Room
  • Vet School - 2nd Floor

Solution: Cornell Print Services has a web form that you can fill out to request refunds.

Olin and Uris libraries

Solution: Olin and Uris libraries have a web form that you can fill out to request refunds.

Physical Sciences Building (PSB)

Solution: Email copies@cornell.edu.

Not listed here?

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This is the state of printing at Cornell.

We heard your concerns that the Net-Print system at Cornell is expensive or difficult to use. And now we're fixing it.

A few months ago, we collected responses from 641 undergraduate students on their experience with the Net-Print system, and now we're sharing the results with you.

Cornell Printing Report excerpt -

Read the Cornell Printing Report and learn more about how our printing system compares to printing systems at other Ivy League institutions.

Did you know that...

4 out of 8 Ivy League schools provide students with free printing credits?

The costs of printing a double-sided sheet of paper at Cornell in B&W is the highest among Ivy League schools that do not offer free printing credits?

In sustainability metrics for office paper purchasing, Cornell is behind Princeton -- even though Princeton provides its students with 5,400 sides of B&W free printing credits?

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