WiFi Printing: Print from a Personal Computer to a WiFi Print Location using CampusCloud Print

You can easily print a document from your personal computer by connecting to a U of M print server via CampusCloud Print. Once the document is uploaded you can go to any of the WiFi Printing locations on campus and print out your document. 

Printing to a lab printer from your personal computer (including Windows, Mac, and Chromebook)

  1. Using Google Chrome or Firefox, navigate to mobileprint.ad.umn.edu/myprintcenter (Note: this link will work only if you are accessing this article from a device on campus connected to eduroam or are connected to VPN). 
  2. Enter your InternetID and Password in the fields provided.
  3. Click the Log in button.
    Campus Cloud Print login screen
  4. Click Upload, to upload a file. Notice the types of files accepted.
    Upload button
  5. Select a file to print from your drive and click Open to begin the file upload.
    Open button
  6. Once your file has finished processing, click the check-box to select your file.
  7. Review the Print options and make any desired changes (paper orientation, number of copies, duplex, etc). Your print job is now ready to be printed.
    Print interface with the checkbox next the file and the print options highlighted.
  8. Notice your Gopher Gold (U-Card) balance and the cost to print; add more money as needed.
  9. Visit any OIT print location to print out your document.

Additional Information

  • You will not be charged until you print your document at an OIT location.
  • To add more funds to your Gopher Gold (U-Card) account, use any cash to card Gopher Gold machines on campus, or go to U-Card Office or the U-Card website and add money to your account. Be aware, there is a $2 transaction fee for using the website to add money to your account.
  • Default print option is Black & White. If you select Color, please make sure your location has a color printer. See available print locations.
  • Page selections cannot currently be made using IOS or Android Apps. You have to print the entire document.


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