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Student Printing

Click on the topics below for information about how to access and use the LCC printers:

Printing access for new students

In order to print from a computer on campus you must be logged on to that computer using your own Username. Click here for instructions to set up your Username 

How to Print a Document

The first time you log on to a computer on campus, a message will inform you about a printing account that is ready for you to use. Once you have printed something out, a coin icon will show up on the right corner of the task bar. You can check there anytime to view your print credit balance.

How to add print credits

Print credits are bought in multiples of $1 which will purchase 20 black and white prints as they cost $0.05 per page. A color print costs $1.00 per page.

To buy print credits at LCCs Mall in multiples of $1 please do the following:

  1. Select this link to purchase Print Credits.
  2. Select the quantity you want to buy.
    • Remember ordering a quantity of 1 for $1 will let you make 20 black and white prints.
  3. Go to the LCC Mall either by typing into the address bar or you may use this link  LCC Mall.
  4. From the "Select a Store" drop box in the upper left, choose student print credits. 
  5. Click on the print credits link.
  6. Enter number of printouts you wish to purchase and click "add to cart".

  7. Enter the CAPTCHA code.
  8. Select Continue.
  9. View your shopping cart, and select Checkout.
  10. Enter your email address and select Continue Unregistered.
  11. Enter your credit card information, and select Continue.
  12. Enter your Username.
  13. Select Review Order.
  14. Review your order.  Please note that no returns are accepted.  Select Submit Order.

The next screen will display your receipt, and order number. Orders will be fulfilled within 15 minutes during LCC Help Desk, and Computer Labs normal business hours.
If you have any questions please contact the LCC Help Desk via email or call us at 517-483-5221 x0.

For details, please see tips for your printing and how to conserve your print credits.

Printing Problems

The most common reason why users can't print is because they are not logged on to the network.

  • You must be logged on to the network with your Username in order to print. The generic Techid does not have printing capabilities. If you have not set up your Username yet, click here for instructions to set up your Username.

  • Usually restarting your computer and re logging into the network will  fix your printing problem.

  • However if no one is able to print to a certain printer.  it may be necessary to turn the printer off and back on before restarting your computer.

Student Copying

Until the new StarCard system is fully operational, copies are to be made with the assistance of support staff. IT will monitor the use of the copiers to identify any abuse. When the StarCard is operational, copy credits will automatically be deducted from the student accounts. If additional copies are needed, students can purchase them in $1.00 increments at with a debit or credit card.

There are copy machines available for students to scan both color and black and white documents to a USB flash drive without cost and coin copiers for a cost.

The location for student copy machines are listed below:

  • Downtown Campus - TLC Building 1st floor
    • Inside computer lab (scan to USB)
    • Library 2nd floor
      • Coin machine available
  • LCC West
    • Inside computer lab (scan to USB)
  • LCC North
    • Located near LCC Staff Counter (scan to USB)
  • LCC Parker
    • Located near LCC Staff Counter (scan to USB)
      • Coin machine available
  • LCC East
    • Located near LCC Staff Counter (scan to USB)
  • Mason - Aviation
    • Located near LCC Staff Counter (scan to USB)

If you have questions or need additional assistance, please submit a Service Request form or call the Help Desk at 483-5221 (1-800-644-4522 - for long distance).

Help Desk at Lansing Community College

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