The following policies and procedures are strictly enforced for Longwood students, faculty, and staff, and community users in the Library.
The Library’s computer printers and photocopiers use Lancer CA$H. All users will need a current Longwood identification card or “Guest Card” for all printing and photocopying.
Non-affiliated users may purchase a “Guest Card” for $1 at the Add Value Station located in Lankford Hall. You will then need to add funds to this card.
There are several ways you can add funds to your LancerCA$H account:
- LancerCard Center – G22 Lancaster, 8am-5pm M-F (cash, checks, MasterCard, Visa)
- LancerCard Kiosk located in the Learning Commons of the Library
- Online – www.longwood.edu/lancercard/lancercash.htm, 24 hours a day (MasterCard or Visa)
- Add-Value Station – 1st floor in Lankford (cash only)
Faculty may print from all library printers using a department ID card. Please check with your department’s administrative assistant to obtain a card.
If there is a malfunction with the printing, please contact the IITS Help Desk in Coyner Building. If there is a problem with your Lancer CA$H purchase, please contact the LancerCard Center at 434-395-2715 or email email@example.com.
Black and white printing costs $.09 cents per page and color printing costs $1.00 per page. Please read the University’s Academic Computing Laboratories Printing Policy for further information. Alternatively, you may also save files to USB storage devices; save to the workstation and e-mail as an attachment; or burn to a CD.
You must have a cash balance of at least $1.60 on your Lancer CA$H account to make photocopies. Photocopies cost $.08 per page (double-sided copies cost $.16).
For large photocopy jobs, you may also go to Longwood’s Printing Services, located at:
Office of Printing Services
201 High Street, Farmville, VA 23909
Tel. 434.395.2645 | Fax. 434.395.2635
The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproduction of copyrighted material. Users who use the Library’s photocopiers are expected to abide by the regulations of the Copyright Law of the United States. Any violations of the Copyright Law at self-service machines are the responsibility of the user and are not the responsibility of Greenwood Library.