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Student Lab Printing

How to print in a lab


U
se MyTrition Print to:

  • View your MoCodes and print history

  • Check your account balance

  

Frequently Asked Questions


A fast and secure printing method to or from any UMSL lab workstation, instructor station or kiosk. Securely release a document using your TritonCard or SSO ID and password.

All students who have credit hours greater than 0 for the current term/semester.

Term quota can be variable per semester, but for the foreseeable future, it will be $30.

Term quota funds can be determined per semester, but for the foreseeable future, it is SAX35 – PHAROS STUDENT PRINTING.

You can add personal credit/ funds to an account SCRDT-Personal Credit Card Funds.

You can add credit to a personal account, SCRDT, by using your credit or debit card through MyTritonPrint. MyTritonPrint help.

If you do not have a credit or debit card, you can add credit/funds with a check or cash by visiting the Cashier’s Office in 285 MSC.  The Cashier’s Office accepts cash, checks (personal, travelers or cashier’s) and debit cards.

You can add between $5 and $25 to your personal SCRDT account in each transaction.

When you add funds to a personal account you will see the account SCRDT-Personal Credit Card Funds when you print, and in MyTritionPrint.

If your print job did not print, or came out unusable due to a printer issue, then please see the lab consultant to initiate the process for funds/credit to be added back to your account (SAX35 or SCRDT).

  • Scenario 1: A first time student (John) registers for fall semester

    John will receive his fall semester quota 7 days prior to the first day of fall.

  • Scenario 2: A student (Bob) is currently registered for summer as well as fall and has used $10 of his $30 quota.

    Bob will continue using his summer quota up until the first day of fall at which time his quota will be reset back to $30.

  • Scenario 3: A student (Jake) is currently registered for summer as well as fall and has used $29.50 of his $30 quota.

    Jake will receive his fall semester quota 7 days prior to the first day of fall.

    The threshold to reset consecutively enrolled students quota prior to the start of the next term is currently $1.00.  I.e., once a student is within $1.00 of reaching term quota, they will be reset to the next term’s quota 7 days prior to next term start date.

  • Scenario 4: It is summer, and a student (Samantha) was registered for spring and is coming back in the fall.

    Samantha will receive her fall semester quota 7 days prior to the first day of fall.

Students taking classes consecutively through spring, summer and fall will see no interruption in term quota.

Students not registered for the next consecutive term will have their current term quota removed the first day of the next term.