How much does printing cost? (UCLA Law Students Only)

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  • Black & White printing: $.05 per side for double-sided prints; $.07 per side for single-sided prints.
  • Color printing: $.39 per side for single or double-sided prints.

The Law School currently provides $150 of printing credit per academic year (up to 3000 pages of B&W duplex printing). Any unused credits will be "rolled over" to the following year, while any overages incurred will be reduced from the next year's allowance. If a student still maintains a negative balance by the year of graduation the deficit will be charged to their BruinBill account. 

PLEASE NOTE: You cannot use your law school printing allowance to print at the library's public printer and we will not be able to reimburse you for any printing costs incurred at this printer station.


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  • Last Updated Sep 13, 2021
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