Answered By: Bo Adams
Last Updated: May 20, 2016     Views: 18

While scanning at the Pitts Theology Library is free, making copies and printing do cost money. Copies and print-outs are $.08 per page. There are two options for paying for copies. The first is to purchase a copy card from the circulation desk. These can be purchased in $10 (for $9 worth of copying), $5 (for $4 worth of copying), and $2 (for $1.60 worth of copying) denominations. You may also load money on your Emory card, using OPUS. For instructions, see the EmoryCard page. Cards (both those purchased and Emory cards) can be re-loaded at machines around campus. The closest to Pitts is in Woodruff Library.

Copy machines are available in copy room at the back of the 2nd floor of Pitts Theology Library. Printers are available on the first and second floors of the library.

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