There was a problem with PHAROS (Student printing service) this morning from ~ 10:10am - 11:00am
Any students who sent jobs through Print From anywhere prior to 10am, will be able to release their jobs at print stations on campus. Students who sent jobs between 10am and 11am, may have to resend their jobs. To check to see if your print job was successful, please check online at: https://print.stonybrook.edu/webrelease
Stony Brook University's student print quota will be adjusted to 140 pages per week beginning Monday, Aug. 18, 2014. This change will affect all students, including students who live in more...
Students can print in SINC Sites and other computer labs on campus, or by using Stony Brook's Print From Anywhere service.
All registered Stony Brook students can print 140 pages a week (Monday - Sunday) in the SINC Sites, Health Sciences Library, and Residential Computing Centers or by using the Print From Anywhere service. Funding for student printing comes from the Student Technology Fee. Stony Brook uses the Pharos system to manage printing.
In order to print, send print jobs to the print queue from a SINC Site computer, or from a personal computer using the Print From Anywhere software, web browser, or email. Students need their Stony Brook University ID card to release their print jobs.
The Print From Anywhere service allows students to send print jobs to the SINC Site Print Queue from their own computers whether on campus or off campus. Students need to install the Pharos Client software on their personal machines. This software sets up a special printer on a student's personal computer that will allow them to send their documents to the Pharos Print Queue.
Please note that when using Print From Anywhere from an off-campus location, users will need to access Stony Brook's Virtual Private Network before sending print jobs.