What type of copying is available?

There are 2 Xerox copiers on the main floor of the Library, near the Circulation Counter, and 3 Minolta Reader/Printers for making copies from microfilm and microfiche on Level C outside the Center for Academic Excellence. The Xerox machines have a book edge top, which means copying from books can be done without damaging the spines.

How much are the copies?

Copies are $.10 each. The Xerox machines give change; the Microfilm/Microfiche Reader/Printers need exact change, which you can obtain at the Circulation Desk.

Can I scan images and save them on a USB drive?


  • Scanning can be done at the Sharp copier next to the Reserve desk.
  • Instructions are posted next the Sharp copier.
  • You can only scan to save to a USB memory stick.
  • Scanning is free, in color or black & white.
  • Black & white printing can be done from one of our workstations, 10 cents a page.

If you have any questions about this service, please ask at the circulation or reference desks.

How do I pay for Xerox photocopies?

In order to use your Drew ID to make photocopies, you must set up a discretionary debit account with the Business Office (X 3114). No change for bills will be provided at the Circulation Desk. Copiers accept coins, $1.00 or $5.00 bills (excepting the new $5 bills), and Drew ID cards.

Do all the Xerox machines take money and Drew ID debit cards?


How do I pay for copies from the Microfilm/Microfiche Reader/Printers?

Dimes are needed to make microform copies. Dimes can be purchased at the Circulation Counter with coins, $1.00 or $5.00 bills.

Can the Xerox machines enlarge and reduce items?


What type of paper do the Xerox machines accept?

The machine prints onto letter or legal size paper.

Can the Xerox machines do transparencies?


Can the Xerox machines do double-sided copying?