Library and IT
New printing service: Changes to UNIpurse
18 September 2013
Fast cash top-up
The coin value loaders and the online UNIpurse top up have been replaced.
The new online top up is via westminster.ac.uk/top-up
New touch-screen Print Pay Stations are located at Harrow Library, Little Titchfield Street near the Café, Marylebone (outside the Cayley lecture theatre), and Cavendish (next to the cash machine outside the bookshop).
You no longer have to separate your printing if you have colour and black/white pages in your document, as the relevant charges will be applied automatically.
Before you send jobs to print you can choose printing options that will save paper and printing costs. You can also check the environmental impact of your print jobs.
Easy balance checking
Log in and check your account balance, view your print jobs, and track your transaction history via the new portal at printportal.westminster.ac.uk
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