If you require any printing or copying services please contact:
McGill University Printing Service
3465 Durocher Street
Basement, Room 13
Montreal, Quebec H2X 0A8
T: 514 398-6300
F: 514 398-7353
printing.services [at] mcgill.ca
We are presently experiencing some issues with ClickPrint and are working to correct them as quickly as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
March 8, 2012: ClickPrint Upgrade
Please note that on Thursday, March 8, 2012 in order to better serve you we will be upgrading ClickPrint. ClickPrint will be unavailable from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM.
Should you need to submit a printing or copying job during this period please send it as an attachment to printing.services [at] mcgill.ca and a member of our team will process your order as quickly as possible. For business card orders please either submit your order today or wait until the upgrade is completed tomorrow morning.
If you have any questions or comments concerning ClickPrint or McGill Printing Services in general please do not hesitate to contact us.
January 24, 2012: uPrint Changeover
In June 2008 McGill launched the uPrint Project as a joint initiative between Ancillary Services, Information Systems Resources (ISR), IST Customer Services (ICS), Finance Infrastructure and Support, and Network and Communications Services (NCS). The executive sponsors of the project were the CIO and the AVP University Services.
The intent of the project was to research and implement a high quality, scalable, central print management system that would integrate into existing McGill systems (e.g. Banner SCT and Microsoft Active Directory) to provide electronic chargeback to student fee accounts and departmental FOAPALs.
As of today uPrint has been successfully introduced for all McGill students and has been launched for faculty and staff on a department-by-department basis, following a pilot project across multiple units. Thanks to the success to date, it is now appropriate to move uPrint from the project phase to the operations phase, a change which will take effect immediately.
Coupled with this changeover, uPrint operations will move reporting lines from the University Services (Ancillary Services) group to Information Technology Services (NCS) group. The current uPrint staff, Daniel Faucher and Erika Noriega, will continue to be responsible for uPrint on a day-to-day basis with Daniel Faucher now reporting to Gary Bernstein in Network and Communications Services.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all those involved in the project phase of uPrint for their dedication, perseverance and support. McGill now has an environmentally-friendly follow-me-anywhere print program to be proud of. As a reflection of this pride we intend to put the uPrint concept forward for the 2012 CAUBO Productivity Award.