Tyler Junior College

About the Library

Print, Copy & Microfilm

A copy machine for books or other library materials and a microfilm reader/printer are available for use by Vaughn Library patrons. A plain-paper copier is located on the library's first floor to the left of the main staircase. 

One microfilm reader printer is available on the library's second floor near the Writing Center entrance.

Printing Policy 

TJC is switching to a new print management system, but it's not quite ready yet. During the weeks of August 24-28 and August 31-September 4, 2015, all students may print at no cost!

Once the new system is ready, students must set up a print management account before printing. Check with the library staff at the circulation desk for instructions on how to set up your new account.

The approximately 55 computers located on the library's first floor and those in the Writing Center all have a print management system in place to manage the large volume of print requests. Students are encouraged to create their own account for printing privileges as soon as possible by calling the cashier's office at 903-510-2672, by going in person to the cashier's office in the White Administrative Services Center, or by stopping by the Library's Circulation Desk.

Students may deposit a dollar amount of their choice for the semester to cover the 10 cents per page copy cost. A maximum deposit of $10 is recommended as there are no refunds at the end of the semester for funds left in individual accounts. Additional money can be deposited at any time to cover additional copy needs. The cashier’s office accepts payment by cash, credit card, or debit card; the library is able to assist you with a cash-only transaction. 

NOTE: 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 this equipment is responsible for any infringement.

This institution reserves the right to refuse a copying order if, in its judgment, fulfillment of the order would involve violation of copyright law.

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