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Image of a hand holding a Clarkson ID  card with a printer in the background. Indicates an individual will scan their card at the printer to access to their print job.

Beginning in October 2022, Clarkson University began to deploy BizHub printers which offer "FindMe" printing and "ScanToMe" options on most printers.  

In this joint project with the Office of Information Technology and the Financial Office, the BizHub FindMe printer solution reduces paper and ink costs, and lowers support costs in the following ways:

  • Reduce Waste: Have you ever sent a print job and then changed your mind but it was too late and the job already printed? (Yes, we know this happens.) With BizHub’s FindMe printing, those wasted print jobs are eliminated.
  • Lower Print Costs:  These new units will reduce the University’s cost to print by approximately 40%. It is much less expensive to run these large, centralized units than it is to support desktop inkjet or laser printers.
  • Lower Support Costs: The use of these smart devices allows centralized oversight of connections and maintenance making it possible for support teams to monitor printing performance across campus. 

In addition to lowering costs, the BizHub solution offers these additional benefits:

  • More Equitable, Accessible Experience: All BizHub devices are equipped to print both black and white and color. This increases the availability of color printing, making printing more convenient and accessible. 
  • Confidential Printing: With BizHub’s FindMe printing, concerns about sending sensitive or confidential information to an unsecured location go away. Individuals are there to receive their print job at the time it is printed.
  • Scan to Me: With BizHub’s “Scan to Me” option, you will be able to quickly scan documents and have them sent directly to your email inbox without the need to enter your email address or select your name from a directory.  Want to send your scan to someone else?  No problem, you can manually enter an email address as needed. 

Project Scope:

  • New BizHub Printers with FindMe services will replace all Xerox devices currently located in administrative offices and public computing spaces on the Potsdam campus (see Locations list below).
  • SymQuest and Clarkson technicians will be on the Potsdam campus installing new devices in October 2022.  Removal of the older Xerox devices is TBD.
  • Onsite demonstrations and training will be provided to students, staff, and faculty.

How FindMe Printing works: 

  1. From university-owned computers,
    1. From your device, choose Print.
    2. For Destination, select from drop down menu:
      1. Find-me in Color, or
      2. Find-me in Black & White
  2. From personal devices
    1. Open a browner and go to
    2. Follow the instructions for Wireless Printing (web print)

Graphical representation of a person sending a print job and it being distributed to multiple location options. Image shows print options A, B, and C for example.

3. Select desired options, then Print.

4. Bring your Clarkson ID card* with you, at the printer swipe your ID, select the print jobs on the touchscreen you want, and the complete print.

Graphical representation of a BizHub Printer with ID card reader depicts options available to individuals selecting to print.

* Note: Older Clarkson ID Cards without bar code technology will need to be updated. To update, contact Campus Safety (315) 268-6666.

Potsdam Campus Printer Locations:

Locations with New BizHub Find Me Printing:

CAMPGrahamBertrand H Snell
CAMP 171A*Graham 1stSnell 165
CAMP 102Graham 2ndSnell 223
CAMP 156
Snell  239/241*
CAMP 220HolcroftSnell 265
CAMP 257Holcroft 2nd
CAMP 350Holcroft 3rdStudent Center

Student Center 120
Cheel Press BoxPrice 1003TAC
Cheel 200Price 2210TAC 115

TAC 122
Clarkson HallRowleyTAC 2nd
CH 1000Rowley 140
CH 1001
Woodstock Lodge
CH 1206Science CenterWSL 100
CH 2202SC 125

SC 170C
ERC 1112SC 319
ERC 1113SC 357
ERC 1410

ERC 2305

ERC 2nd Floor near OIT Help Desk*

*Printers located in Public computer lab spaces