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Printing, Scanning, and Copying: Home

Learn about printing, scanning, and copying at the White Library.


  • Connect to the Student wifi, not Guest wifi
  • Make sure your document size is 8 1/2 x 11 (Letter)


Instructions for printing from a Mac laptop

Library Toshiba B/W copier info:  Libup1 model: e‐STUDIO 5508A   //   Libup2 model: e‐STUDIO 5518A


Windows 10 or older:

How to add a printer on a Windows PC:
1. Click Start (the windows icon in your taskbar)

2. In search bar, type \\

3. Hit Enter

4. If asked to enter credentials, enter your SAU username in this format:  arbor\ab123456 and then enter your SAU password.  Select "Remember my credentials".

sign in credentials image

5. A list of all available printers will appear. Double-click on the printer you want to add.  Library printers:  libup1, libup2, or liblasf (lower level library)

If you need to search for a specific printer you can click in the search bar in the top right corner and type in the printer name there.


Chromebooks (Chrome OS):  Wireless printing not available at this time.

Try these alternatives:  1. Save your document AS A PDF to a flash drive.  Insert the flash drive into the USB port on the printer to print.  Need a flash drive?  Ask at the Circulation Desk.  We have extras that you can borrow.  or  2.  Sign into one of the computers in the computer lab and print from there.

Black and White Printing
Black and white printing to the library computer labs is free for SAU students, faculty and staff. Black & white printing to the Lower Level Workroom is $0.10 per page.

Printer Locations & Names

Free printing:

  • Main floor computer lab: Libup1 and Libup2 
  • Lower level public printer: Liblasf

Workroom printing, $.10 per page black & white printing; $.50 for color printing.  Lower level Workroom printer name: Liblow2 

Color Printing

Color printing is available in the Workroom on the lower level or at the Circulation Desk on the main floor.  Color printing is $.50 per page, per side for all library users, including students.

To print to the Circulation Desk:

  • Send your document via email to   Circulation Desk staff will print your document.
  • Payment must be made in cash at the Circulation Desk before collecting the print job.

To print to the Workroom:

  • Visit the Workroom during operating hours.  Login to a Workroom computer to print your document or connect to the Workroom printer with your laptop.
  • Or send your print request to the Workroom using this form:
  • Payment may be made with cash, card, or department charge.

Laminating and various paper options (card stock, resume paper, etc. ) are also in the Workroom.

Poster Printing

Poster printing is available in the Workroom on the lower level of the library.  

Community Patrons

Library users not affiliated with SAU may send their print requests via email to the Circulation Desk:
Black & white printing is $0.10 per page. Color printing is $0.50/page, per side.  Payment must be made in cash at the Circulation Desk before collecting the print job.

Printing charges will be waived for any pages damaged due to a hardware problem (paper jam, toner low, smeared ink, etc.). Printing charges will not be waived for pages with editing or formatting errors.


Self-serve scanning to email or flash drive is available on the following machines:

  • Libup1 or Libup2 in the Main Floor computer lab
  • Liblow2 in the Workroom, Lower Level

Need assistance? Library staff will scan your documents free-of-charge at the Circulation Desk.


Photocopying is available in the Workroom on the Lower Level of the library.  If you need a photocopy when the Workroom is closed, please inquire at the Circulation Desk.  Photocopying is $0.10 per page for black & white copies, $.50 per page/per side for color copies.

Note: scanning to email and then printing to the main floor computer lab is free.


Faxing is available at the Circulation Desk.  Sending faxes is free.  Receiving faxes at the library is $0.10 per page.  Fax number: 517-750-2108.


The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material
Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specified conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction is not to be "used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship, or research." If a user makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy or reproduction for purposes in excess of "fair use," that user may be liable for copyright infringement
This institution reserves the right to refuse to accept a copying order if, in its judgment, fulfillment of the order would involve violation of copyright law.