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Jessie C. Eury Library Policies

A page containing information about the Jessie C. Eury Library policies.

Printing & Photocopying

  • The photocopier is also a printer and scanner.
  • Photocopying, printing, and scanning are free of charge for LCU students.
  • Scans will be sent to the LCU student's email address as either a PDF or TIFF file.
  • Use of the photocopier is expected to comply with United States laws governing copyrighted materials, especially being aware of what constitutes "fair use" in an academic setting.


Option 1: Log in to your email account.

  1. Attach your file to an email and send to OR
  2. A verification email will be sent to you. 
  3. Follow Print Release instructions.

Option 2: Go to PapercutWebPrint.

  1. Log in with your LCU username and password and then click the "Submit a Job" button. 
  2. Select one of the "PrintAnywhere-Students" options and then enter the number of copies if needed.
  3. Click "Upload Documents" and follow the onscreen directions. 
  4. Follow Print Release instructions.  

Print Release:

  • To release print documents, log in to the printer/copier using your student ID or LCU username and password. 
  • Select Print Release and select the documents you wish to print. 
  • If you do not wish to print a document, delete the item from Print Release.

Experiencing difficulty printing? Contact Information Technology at 217-732-7788 ext. 2305 or via email at

To access copy and scan functions: 

  • Log in using your LCU ID card or LCU username and password.
  • To copy, select Device functions and then follow the directions on the keypad.
  • To scan, select Scan and then select Scan to email or Scan to Google Drive. 
  • Additional scan options such as book scanning are available under Device functions. 

Computer Use

  • The Library has wireless access on all three floors.
  • The Library has a number of research computers on the first floor that are primarily for accessing the Library's online resources (including the Library catalog). Note: These computers do not have access to Microsoft Office.
  • Students and employees may check notebook computers out at the Library Service Desk for use in the Library. All of the notebooks have Microsoft Office installed on them.
  • Please report any problems with wireless access to Information Technology at
  • Library computers are primarily provided for student use. While visitors are free to use the research computers, they may be asked to give their seat up during times of high use.


  • The Library has a Microform Reader/Printer.
  • The reader/printer supports both microfilm and microfiche.
  • Printing costs 10 cents per page.