BYU Law Co-Op Printers
BYU Law provides Co-Op printers for BYU Law students. To learn more about the cost, how to install it and use it, see the BYU Law page on Co-Op printing.
The Co-Op printers are located as follows:
- 1st floor (Basement): by the entrance of the 1st floor in the basement
- 2nd floor (Commons): in the BYU Law School student commons (not in the law library)
- 2nd floor (Reference): near the north entrance of room 275
- 3rd floor (Bathroom): near the bathrooms on the 3rd floor
- 3rd floor (Reference): near the Rex E. Lee room on the 3rd floor
You can also print to a Co-Op printer from any computer, even if it does not have the Co-Op drivers installed on it. See steps below:
- 1. Click here (or type “BYU Co-Op printing” in Google and click on the first site that comes up, and scroll down to the bottom of the page and click “EveryonePrint”).
- 2. Enter your net ID and password.
- 3. Under “Upload Document To Print,” select the file(s) you want to print.
- 4. Click “Next.”
- 5. Select desired printer.
- 6. Click “Next.”
Lexis printers are available for BYU Law students to use to print for free from Lexis’s website. Lexis printers are available near the entrance of the basement on the 1st floor, behind the reference desk on the 2nd floor (the ground floor), and on the 3rd floor near the Rex E. Lee room. There is also a Lexis printer outside the law library in the BYU Law Student Commons.
BYU Pharos Color Printer
There is a color printer in the law school for student and community use. This printer is a BYU Pharos printer (named BYU Public Color), and it works like the other BYU Pharos printers across campus. It is on the third floor of the law library near the Rex E. Lee room. There is actually a BYU Public Color printer and a BYU Public B&W printer there. There is also a BYU Public B&W printer (but not a color printer) in the following additional location: on the second floor (the ground floor) of the law library by the reference desk.
To print in color from your computer at the law school, you must download the BYU Pharos Printer drive.
- Go to software.byu.edu.
- If prompted, enter your BYU net ID and password.
- Under the “Vendors” heading, click the “Pharos” link.
- Click the “Download Now” button that corresponds with your computer’s operating system.
- Click the plus sign button that corresponds with your computer’s operating system.
- Click “Continue” to download the program.
- Once the printer drive is downloaded to your computer, the BYU Public Color printer will be available in your print dialogue box when selecting a printer. (The BYU Public B&W printer will also be available.)
To print to the BYU Public Color printer (or the BYU Public B&W printer):
- From the File menu of your document, select Print.
- From the drop-down menu on the Print dialogue box, select BYU Public Color to print all the pages in your document on a color printer, or select BYU Public B&W to print all the pages in your document on a black and white printer. Click “Ok.”
- A window will pop up asking your net ID and a name for the print job; enter that information and click “Print.” Your print job is then sent to a print queue that you can access from any printing release station on campus.
- To print in color at the law school, go to the third floor of the law library near the Rex E. Lee room. There is actually a BYU Public Color printer and a BYU Public B&W printer there.
- Swipe your BYU ID card at the printing release station, and follow the instructions on the screen in order to select and print your job.
- These two BYU public printers, and the cost associated with printing to them, are in no way affiliated or connected with the BYU Law Co-Op printing.
- When you download the BYU Pharos Printer drive, you will be downloading both the BYU Public Color printer and the BYU Public B&W printer.
- The cost of one sheet from the color printer, regardless of whether it actually has color on it, is $0.15.
- The cost of one sheet from the black and white printer is $0.07.
- The BYU Public Color printer and the BYU Public B&W printer share a screen at the printing release station on the third floor of the law library. This screen is used to swipe your BYU ID card and select the job(s) to print. However, the BYU Public Color printer and the BYU Public B&W printer are two separate printers. Because there is no way to select between the two printers from the printing release station, your document will print from the printer you selected on your computer. The cost for that document will depend on the printer you chose from your computer, not on whether it has color. (For example, if you print a black and white document on the BYU Public Color printer, you will be charged $0.15 per page. There are no refunds for mistakes.)
- Double-sided printing is considered the same as printing two pages and is charged accordingly.
- When you swipe your BYU ID at the printing release station and subsequently select a job to print, the cost is automatically deducted from the money on your BYU ID card. You can add money to your BYU ID card through Cougar Cash.