Mathematics & Statistics Library
Computers and equipment
The Math & Statistics Library provides five public kiosk computers for access to the online catalog and other online resources. Each has a DVD reader and a USB port which accepts flash drives. Additionally, two dual-boot (Windows and MacOS X) iMac cluster computers are available to users with SUNet access.
- Printing: All computers are connected to a color laser printer. Additionally, wireless printing is available to Stanford community members from computers registered for use on the campus network. See Stanford University Libraries' Print, copy, scan page for additional information. Printing is 10¢ per page.
- Scanning: The library has two flatbed scanners for use: one connected to a public kiosk computer; the second connected to a cluster computer. Scanning is free.
The library has one self-service photocopy machine located in the room next to the terrace. Copies are 13¢ per page. The machine does not accept cash or credit cards.
Printing from the microfilm/fiche reader
A microfilm/fiche reader/printer is located in the kiosk area. Prints are 13¢ per page.
Paying for printing and photocopying: Stanford Card Plan and Cash-to-Card system
Students may enroll in the Stanford Card Plan and use their Stanford ID card as a debit card for printing and/or photocopying. Faculty and staff can add value to a Stanford ID card at any Cash-to-Card machine. Visitors may purchase a copy/print card and add value to the card at a Cash-to-Card machine.
The Math & Statistics Library houses a Cash-to-Card machine in its photocopy room, located next to the terrace. The machine accepts $20.00 (pre-2006 style only), $10.00 (pre-2003 style only), $5.00 (pre-2008 style only), and $1.00 bills. A $1.00 bill is required to purchase a blank card, and money can be loaded on the card thereafter. The machine does not give change, and staff cannot give change or issue refunds.
Wireless network access is available throughout the library. For information about setting up your device for wireless access at Stanford, see Stanford IT Services' Wireless Network and Services page.