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The print-accounting system has been in operation since 08.08.2018.

Print Services

The printaccounting has been completely reworked and is now in the computer science their place.

New Printing System

The new printing system works as follows: Every student starts with 1 Euro printed balance. Each month, each student will automatically be credited with 1€ of print credit to the corresponding account.

A print costs 2ct / sheet. This allows students to print up to 50 pages per month.

If you want to print larger documents, you can “save” them even over months. Thus, the 50 sheets add up to the printer account of the students month after month, but only up to a maximum amount of 6€ (ergo 300 sheets).

Credit on the printer account can not be paid out.

Printing is not possible

If you can not print on a printer, please first check your account balance and the status of your order on the website

If your credit has been used up, unfortunately you have to wait until next month.

Charge your account

There is no possibility to recharge the printer account. So students are bound to the 50 sheets / month.

Old Stock

The amounts paid in the old system were transferred to the new system (if they could be uniquely assigned to a user account). If your existing balance is less than € 6, we have added one Euro starting balance, but a maximum of 6€ total credit to your account.

Old debts can not be paid back.

If you believe that you are missing money from your printer account, please send us an e-mail (to the attention of Simon Meier) to

Current Print Balance and Print Statistics

The current print balance can be viewed here together with the print statistics: .

Please ignore any possible certificate warnings.

I have a question about printaccounting

Please send us an email to or come to our office hours in our office (room 0.014, 0.009 or 0.010).