Self-service photocopiers are located on all floors of the Rod Library. Self-service copying provides black and white copies at 10 cents per page. Color copies are available at the copier on second and third floor at the cost of 50 cents per page. Only paper supplied by the Rod Library may be used in the self-service photocopiers. Self-service copiers also provide duplex, reduction, enlargement, and alternate paper size capabilities.
- First floor: One photocopier located in front of the Photocopy Desk and one photocopier located outside the Bound Periodicals area.
- Second floor: One photocopier located near the main staircase.
- Third floor: One photocopier located near the main staircase.
- Fourth floor: One photocopier located near Art/Music
Photocopy Desk staff will only copy materials for faculty members or for University Departments, provided these materials follow U.S. federal Copyright Laws. All photocopies of copyright material produced will have the following message stamped on the first page:
NOTICE: This material may be protected by copyright law (Title 17 U.S. Code)
For information on copyright restrictions on desk photocopying services, see the Copyright Guidelines for the Photocopy Desk.
Methods of Payment
Individual: Each library self-service copier has the capability to allow patrons to charge to their university bill once their university i.d. card has been swiped. The copier on second floor and the copier by the Bound Periodicals on the 1st floor will accept coin and bills and will escrow the money during each photocopy transaction. The machines will only accept money if there is sufficient change in the tower.
Departmental: Payment will need to be in the form of department charges if the department has a Business Office account. The faculty member must know their business office account number or the Photocopy Desk cannot allow them to charge copies.
Options for Patrons with Disability
Photocopy staff will produce photocopies at the Photocopy Desk for the self-service rate (10 cents per copy).