Answered By: Jason Puckett
Last Updated: Jun 30, 2020     Views: 646


All campus libraries have scanners available to students and visitors. You can scan to email or to a flash drive, and the scanners are free to use. 

At Atlanta, there are scanners attached to the computers on level 2 of Library North, right next to the technology service desk. There are also self-contained photocopiers with scanning abilities on Level 1 and 2 of Library North against the back walls. 

All perimeter campuses have self-contained photocopiers with scanning abilities inside or near the library. 

If you have any trouble or need help using the scanner, please visit the nearest library service desk for assistance. 

Copy Machines: 

All campus libraries also have copy machines available for student and visitor use. However, unlike with scanning, making a photocopy is not free. To make a photocopy in black and white, it costs $0.15 per page (color copying is not available). A PantherCard with PantherCash or a Guest Card is required for this reason. 

Many students find it easier to use the photocopier to scan their documents, then print the documents from a library computer. This is because a portion of your student technology fee is automatically placed on your PantherCard for printing each semester. These allocated funds cannot be used to pay for photocopies, only prints. Additional, separate funds must be added to your PantherCard to pay for photocopies. 

To learn how to add extra funds to your PantherCard or to get a Guest Card please visit the library’s FAQ on How to add money to your PantherCard. 

For more information on scanning or copying visit the print, copy, and scan page on the library website.

For more help, ask a librarian.


Updated 6/24/2020 kas

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