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Where to find information about Print Quotas on Campus

In an effort to reduce waste and the abuse of printing resources, a University-wide print quota system was implemented in the summer of 2006. All faculty, staff, and students have been provided with an allotment of free prints.

The practice of charging for printing has become increasingly common at colleges and universities. By combining free quotas with a cost recovery system for exceeding quotas, we can reduce the careless waste of paper but still provide sufficient access to free printing for students, faculty, and staff.

In addition to the ITaP print quota, Krannert has initiated an additional quota for print resources available only to Krannert students, faculty, and staff. This provides Krannert students, faculty, and staff additional printing that is not available to the rest of the University.


Current Krannert Print Quotas are as follows:
Classification Allotment

Undergraduate students with MGMT and ECON majors are allotted:

1500 pages per semester

Undergraduate students from other departments enrolled in MGMT and ECON courses during current semesters are allotted:

700 pages per semester

Students in the Krannert Master's Programs are allotted:

2000 pages per semester

Students enrolled in the Krannert Doctoral Programs are allotted:

2500 pages per semester












Krannert quotas are separate from the print quotas allotted from the University by ITaP, that is, the use of your Krannert quota does not affect your ITaP quota and vice versa.  The Krannert quota applies to all printers on the Krannert network and in the Krannert and Rawls labs.  They are semester based and do not roll-over from semester to semester.

Information about the Itap print quota can be found here at https://www.itap.purdue.edu/facilities/instructionallabs/printing/faq.html