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Stony Brook University

EOP/AIM Program: Computers, Printers, Photocopiers

Color Printing

olor printing is available in the Melville Library SINC Site (S-1460).

To send print jobs to the color printer, you must change the printer to 'mainq_color' from a Windows computer in the Main Library SINC Site.

The cost to print in color is $0.25 per single-sided page and $0.40 per double-sided page.

Color printing is not included in your regular print quota; charges for color printing will be deducted from your Wolfie Wallet balance.

If you need help, please ask a consultant in the Main Library SINC Site.

Wolfie's Wallet


Both the Central and North Reading Rooms, located on the first floor of the Main Library, also function as computer labs, or SINC sites as we call them here at Stony Brook, with computers and printers available for student use. 

See a full list of computer labs (SINC sites) on campus and get information on capacity and available software.

Scanners are available in the Melville Library in the Main Library SINC Site, the Central Reading, and the North Reading Room.


All registered Stony Brook students have a semester long quota of ~2100 pages ($105) in the SINC SitesHealth Sciences Library, and Residential Computing Centers or by using the Print From Anywhere service. Funding for student printing comes from the Student Technology Fee.  Stony Brook uses the Pharos system to manage printing. 

In order to print, send print jobs to the print queue from a SINC Site computer, or from a personal computer using the web browser,  email, or the Print From Anywhere client (software). Students need their Stony Brook University ID card to release their print jobs.

Print From Anywhere Service

The Print From Anywhere service allows students to send print jobs to the SINC Site Print Queue from their own computers. Members of the campus community with an active Pharos account can send their print jobs to the Print From Anywhere Queue from mobile devices (smartphones and tablets) as well as computers via web browser, and email.  When on campus, students can print to the Pharos Printer from their own machine once they install the Print From Anywhere client (software)

Teaching, Learning & Technology (TLT)

For more information about technology at Stony Brook, including Blackboard, email, software, hardware and workshops, check the TLT website.