Answered By: Timothy Grasso Last Updated: Dec 07, 2018 Views: 70
The Fuller library is transitioning to a new way of printing in our building – Wēpa. Wēpa is an outsourced, cloud based, print management solution for patron printing that allows you to print from literally anywhere! These kiosks were installed at the library on April 12, 2018.
The new Wēpa kiosks accept credit/debit cards and Paypal for payment instead of cash or print cards. Printing will cost 8 cents per page for black and white, and 25 cents per page for color. You can charge credit to your account for free ($5 minimum), or pay a 40 cent convenience fee for each printing job as a guest. We recommend creating a Wepa account to unlock the full features of the system and to save money. (You can use your Fuller ID in creating an account to help remember your login.) You can do this at any Wepa Kisok, or register at https://www.wepanow.com/login.
Once your account is created, you will be given the option at Wepa kiosks to link your account to any card with a magnetic strip (like a debit/credit card). This saves time by allowing you to sign in with a swipe, rather than typing in a username and password.
Please note: We are phasing out the old printing system, Papercut, by the end of Fall Quarter, 2018. Consequently we are no longer issuing print cards at the front desk, and the remaining balance of existing print cards will not be reimbursed. If needed, you can still charge money to your PaperCut account online using your credit/debit card ($2 min.).
- A new user guide for using the Wēpa system is available here.
- You can also view a comparison of the new and old printing systems, along with printing locations here.