Stanford's simple, secure, environmentally-friendly, and cost-effective printing solution
Three ways print:
Three ways to print:
Log into Print CenterLearn more about Cardinal Print for studentsView Cardinal Print device locations
A visitor is a public visitor who is expected to pay for their own printing. Visitors must create an account to print on a Cardinal Print device and log into the Visitor Print Center.
A guest is someone invited to the university by faculty or staff and is not expected to pay for their printing, and who has a SUNet ID that allows them to badge in or log in to a Cardinal Print device.
Refer to the guest printing pageLog into Visitor Print Center
With Cardinal Print, you can:
The program offers simpler print device management and administration, including:
Device and program costs for departments range from $175 to $270 a month per device. View the Cardinal Print Device Catalog for general pricing and product options. Please note that pricing is subject to change and may vary depending on functionality and assessment of individual needs.
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Take a look at these frequently asked questions.
These known issues may impact your experience with Cardinal Print, but don't hesitate to reach out if you run into new issues that stop you from printing.
Cardinal Print is Stanford’s required print program. For more information, review the policy FAQs on the Cardinal Print FAQ page.
If you have questions about Cardinal Print billing or using the Cardinal Print Billing Allocation & Usage Application, please visit Cardinal Print FAQs.
Cardinal Fax allows you to create, send, and receive faxes directly from your inbox.
If your department or group is interested in joining Cardinal Print or learning more about the program, please request a Cardinal Print assessment.
Please note: The global chip shortage that has affected so many computers and electronic device supplies, has now begun to affect the Canon and Cardinal Print supply. As a result, we are experiencing an 8 to 10 week turnaround from order to delivery (and it's possible this could increase). If you are considering a transition to Cardinal Print, we recommend reaching out as soon as possible given the delays.