|Title||Start Date & Time||End Date & Time|
|Service Restored: Red Hat Licensing Issues||Thursday, November 29, 2018 - 9:20am|
|Service Restored: SIS Windows Web Services||Tuesday, December 11, 2018 - 3:10pm||Tuesday, December 11, 2018 - 5:00pm|
|Service Restored: Classroom Capture Service Down||Tuesday, December 11, 2018 - 12:50pm||Tuesday, December 11, 2018 - 5:36pm|
|Service Maintenance Scheduled: Networks in Multiple Buildings||Monday, November 26, 2018 - 6:00pm||Wednesday, January 23, 2019 - 10:00pm|
Yes. wepa offers many ways to print, including:
Learn more about How to Print with wepa.
No. The print stations are designed only for the paper that is preloaded into them and can not be opened or changed to accept other types of paper, etc.
If you need more robust printing services, please check out the Ink Spot.
The costs for printing/copying are as follows:
|Color Setting, Size||Single Sided||Double Sided|
|Black and White, Letter (8.5 x 11)||$0.08||$0.15|
|Color, Letter (8.5 x 11)||$0.45||$0.89|
|Black and White, Tabloid (11 x 17)||$0.19||$0.37|
|Color, Tabloid (11x 17)||$0.89||$1.75|
Release your documents from any kiosk by paying with:
This is a fee being imposed by financial institutions every time you use your credit/debit card to pay for a print job that costs under $5. Avoid this fee by using your credit/debit card to load a minimum of $5 into your wepa account, then select wepa account as your method of payment. You are not charged a transaction fee if you use Campus Cash to pay, nor when you use your credit/debit card to deposit money into your wepa account, which you are able to do at a kiosk.
Due to changes in the printing service at CU, there is no longer a printing credit offered to students.
No. The rates are for all quantities of pages printed and you only pay for the pages that you print.
Yes. Print jobs are not charged until they are released from the printer via the payment screen at the print station. You can delete print jobs proactively or they will leave your queue automatically after six (6) days.
You do not need your Buff OneCard to print. You can login at any print station using your Buff OneCard or CU Login Credentials and then print utilizing money in your wepa account, add money to your account, or pay directly with a credit or debit card.
If for some reason you were charged for the print, but it did not come out correctly (smeared, torn, jammed, etc.) you can request a refund by contacting wepa directly at email@example.com.
Log in to the print station manually with your CU Login Credentials to verify your print job uploaded successfully. Contact the Buff OneCard Office to verify that your card is active and swipeable.
The first time you use a kiosk, swipe your Buff One Card and log in with your CU Login Credentials. After that, your Buff One Card, CU credentials, and wepa account will be connected and you can log in to the kiosk by simply swiping your Buff One Card.
Patrons without BuffOne cards can login using their wepa account login.
You also have the option to link your wepa account to a swipeable card of your choice (credit card, license, etc.). After linking the card, on all future occasions you will be able to access your wepa account by swiping that card at a kiosk.
When you send a file to print, you will receive a 6-digit release code. This is your confirmation that the file was successfully sent to the print queue. You may view your stored print jobs by logging into the wepa Print mobile app or wepa website with your CU Login Credentials (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org).
Your document(s) will be stored in the system for six days.
There is no file size limit for laptop and desktop uploads. USB drives, web, and mobile uploads have a file size limit of 20 MB.
The following types are supported on iOS and Android devices: .pdf, .rtf and all Microsoft Office file types.
All Microsoft Office file types, .jpg, .png, and .pdf are supported.
No, you will only be charged for the pages that printed successfully.
When installing wepa print apps, select the Large format option in order to print on paper sizes other than letter. When printing, most print dialog boxes will default to the correct paper size for the document you are printing. If you need to change this (e.g. to legal or tabloid) you should be able to select within the print dialog box. If printing from Adobe software (Acrobat, Photoshop, InDesign, etc.), after choosing Print, select Page Setup to adjust the paper size.