Copying and printing
You can copy and print within the whole University using ‘multifunctionals’. In some locations, you need to have a LU-Card for this. Perhaps you want to know how to add a printer? Or print securely? With or without a LU-Card? Several user manuals are given below. For large printing or copying jobs, you can also use Leiden University’s three Copy & Printshops.
User manuals for printers
Would you like to configure or select a printer? Or know how to print securely? The following manuals will tell you more about using the University’s printers / copiers:
Copying a book
Scan to email
|Without LU-Card||Secure printing (Dutch only)
Add and remove a printer
Printing and copying with LU-Card
In several faculties, you need a LU-Card to do copying or printing. If you don’t have one yet, you should first apply for an LU-Card. Your LU-Card is linked to a SAP number, which gives you a credit of € 100 on the card. Each week your balance will be topped up again to € 100. If you don’t have enough credit, please notify the Printshop or use the notification form.
Problems with printing or copying with the LU-Card?Notification form
Copy & Printshop
There are three Copy & Printshops, where you can go for all your printing, copying, desktop publishing and full colour printed materials.
Pieter de la Court
Wassenaarseweg 52, ground floor
Tel: +31 71 527 3614
Cleveringaplaats 1, ground floor
Tel: +31 71 527 2330
Steenschuur 25, ground floor
Tel: +31 71 527 7823
Willem Einthoven (Central Repro)
Tel: +31 71 527 3208
During the hours that the Copy & Printshop is closed, you can contact the Central Repro with your questions and print orders
You can report failures and problems in the following ways:
- To the Service Desk (e-mail: ServicedeskWSD@UFB.leidenuniv.nl)
- By e-mail to the Multifunctionals helpdesk (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- To the Copy & Print Shop, ext. 2330.
Make sure you include the machine number, as this speeds up the processing of your report.