You can print, copy and scan in the libraries and study centers of the UvA. You can pick up your print jobs at any printer at the University of Amsterdam. The print jobs remain available for a maximum of 24 hours.
UvA employees and students who come to collect material from the University Library Singel can copy and scan this material on site. Printing is only possible if you have reserved a study place in advance. In the Library Learning Center (REC H), printing can be done on the ground floor without a study place reservation. Also at Science park, P.C. Hoofthuis and the Bushuis this is the case.
You need an activated UvA student or staff card to print, copy or scan. Students who want to print or copy must put credit on their cards in advance. Scanning is free.
Only from the public PCs in the University Library Singel, external borrowers can print materials for a fee (reservation required). Furthermore, external borrowers can scan or copy requested material on the spot. For printing and copying materials, prepayment credit must be loaded onto the library card. This can be done via the charging points on the University Library Singel and the Allard Pierson. Scanning is free. Scans can be stored on a USB stick or sent to an email address.
All printers and / or copiers are suitable for scanning. Scans can be saved on a USB stick you brought with you or sent to your email. In the University Library Singel and the P.C. Hoofthuis are stand alone book scanners with USB port available, which can be used by everyone.
Visitors are not allowed to scan or copy materials from the Allard Pierson heritage. However, it is possible to make your own recordings with your own camera or smartphone. It is also possible to request reproductions. More information can be found on the Allard Pierson website. Please note: This service is temporarily unavailable.