OTS Student Computing Services (SCS) supports campus-wide printing via the flexible
wēpa cloud-based printing solution, as well as large-format and 3D printing in our
Cook 35 location.
Limited Services for Spring 2021
Some on-site services are unavailable or require an appointment due to current safety
measures. Technical support and equipment checkout appointments are available during SCS' regular hours by chat, email, phone, text, and TechHelp.
The wēpa cloud-based printing system allows you to send files from your computer,
tablet or smart phone and print them at any of the 25 print stations conveniently positioned all over campus. It's a flexible solution that supports black and white, grayscale, and color printing
on letter-sized (8.5"x11") paper—and it even prints on both sides.
New for fall 2020
wēpa Touchless Printing
Avoid the public touchscreen, control TU's wēpa kiosks using your mobile device. See additional instructions below.
How wēpa Works
Upload Your Files
Send your files to the wēpa print cloud using:
wēpa print drivers
wēpa mobile apps
email (specific steps below)
Print Your Files Using the Touchscreen
OTS recommends using touchless printing (see below) or a touchscreen stylus to avoid contact
with the kiosk, but the touchscreen option is still available.
Using a wipe from a TU sanitizing station, clean the screen and another kiosk surfaces you will be touching.
Swipe your OneCard or log in with your NetID and password.
Choose the files you want to print.
Identify your payment method; you may use TU OneCard Retail Points, a credit/debitcard, or wēpa points.
Print Your Files Using Touchless Printing (Recommended)
In the wēpa app, choose the files you want to print and your payment method.
At the print station with the app open, place your phone near the reader (lower right) or swipe your OneCard. If you use your OneCard, clean it with a sanitizing wipe afterward.
Your files will start printing.
cost per page
When paying by credit card at a wēpa kiosk or via the mobile app, a 40¢ per transaction
service charge is added. You can avoid the service charge by adding funds to your
OneCard Retail Points or your wēpa account.
Ways to Print
At the wepa Kiosk
To avoid screen contact, use touchless printing or a touchscreen stylus
Print from your Google Drive, Office365 OneDrive, Dropbox or Box
Print any file posted in your Blackboard course(s)
Print from a USB drive
From Your Computer, Tablet or Smartphone
Install the wēpa Print driver for Windows or MacOS; then from any application click File> Print and select the wēpa printer. This works with all file types.
Install the wēpa Print app for iOS or Android. This works with Word, PowerPoint, Excel, PDF, RTF, JPG and BMP documents only.
Address an email to firstname.lastname@example.org from your TU email account, attach your file, and send. The print will default to
single sided, black and white. To change this type duplex and or color in the body of the email. For PowerPoint, the print will default to one slide per
page. To change this type handoutsn in the body of the email, where n is number of slides per page. For example, including handouts3 will yield three slides per page.