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How You Can Print at Northeastern Illinois University

Students, who have registered for classes prior to the beginning of the semester and have no Financial or Academic holds, are allocated a 7,500 point print quota, which will be given at the beginning of the first day of classes in the semester for which the student is registered. A student who does not meet these requirements or registers after the first day of classes will not receive a print quota and will need to login into NEIUport, click the "Help Desk" icon and submit a support ticket though NEIU’s support application TeamDynamix or by contacting Technology Services at (773) 442-4357 (HELP).

  • The print quota can be used for printing, scanning and copying on campus MFDs and printers and be in compliance with the University's Acceptable Use of Information Technology Resources policy.
  • Color printing is available at the Library Copy Center and the Student Lounge.
  • Any unused print quota is removed after the last day of classes. Unused print quota does not roll over to the next semester. The print quota is not part of or related to the Computer Resource Fee and has no cash value.
  • Users who exceed their print quota can purchase additional print points via “Add Value” stations located on campus or via credit card by logging in online and choosing the “Add Credit” menu option.
  • Additionally, users can submit Web Print jobs, request refunds (only due to hardware or toner failure), manage their printing account and change their PIN online
  • For security purposes, print quota, PINs, NetIDs and passwords should never be shared among users.

The print quota quantity is subject to change without notice.

Computer Lab Printing



Wireless Printing

All labs/personal laptops and computers from anywhere.



Color Printing from Library

Ronald Williams Library, 2nd floor.



Scanning and Email




For details, please contact NEIU Document Management Services

Notice: The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, U.S. Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. The person using University equipment for photocopying or reproducing copyrighted material is responsible for any infringement.

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