Send us documents to print from your computer or mobile device and pick up in the library (see bottom of page for curbside option).
Black & White: $0.10/page
Step 1: Make a computer/copier appointment
- Call us at 608-838-9030 to book a 1 hour time slot to use our printer.
- Appointments available Monday - Friday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM.
- See our Computer & Copier page for more details.
Step 2: Send your documents
- Upload your document here or download the free Public Print Locations app to easily print from your mobile device.
- IMPORTANT: Make note of the username/card number you entered.
- Documents can be printed up to 24 hours after upload.
Public Print Locations app available here:
Step 3: Pay and print your documents
- When you arrive at the library, use our photocopier to print your documents. At the payment kiosk, press the "Card Number/WebPrint User" button and enter the username/card number you used when uploading your documents.
- Pay the amount due (kiosk accepts coins, $1 bills, VISA/Mastercard, and Apple/Google/Samsung Pay).
- Print your documents.
If you would like us to print your documents and pick up using our curbside service (additional service fee applies):
1. Send your documents following the instructions in Step 2 above or call 608-838-9030 for assistance.
2. Use our online payment service to pay for your documents.
- Enter the username/card number from Step 1 in the Description field under Payment Information.
- Enter the estimated cost from Step 1 in the Payment Amount field (B&W $0.10/page, Color $0.50/page).
- This service is provided through GovPayNet and there will be a 3% or $1.00 fee (whichever is higher).
- If you are not able to pay by credit/debit card, please call the library at 608-838-9030 for assistance.
3. Call the library to set up a curbside pickup time (Monday-Friday 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM). Please allow at least one hour for staff to print your items and ensure payment was received.
Access to this resource was made possible by funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the CARES ACT.