12/12/2019 | News release | Distributed by Public on 12/12/2019 15:51
Brock University's main campus is taking the next step in its transition to a cashless photocopying and printing system for all students.
In late December, the last remaining coin deposit station machine, located in the Computer Commons (the Fishbowl), will be retired.
When Brock reopens after the holidays on Jan. 2, people wanting to copy, print or scan will pay by using Flex Dollars that have been loaded on their Brock Card. (Flex Dollars are also widely used across campus for food purchases and other goods.)
This applies to print device machines in the Library, the Computer Commons and at computer labs at all of Brock's St. Catharines locations.
In order to print, students will need to load funds on to their Brock Card Flex account, which is set up for all students. Flex Dollars can be loaded on to Brock Cards in increments of $10 or more:
Visitors to Brock who want to use the copiers should visit the Library 'Ask Us' desk, in the Matheson Learning Commons, to learn about printing options.
During the 2020 Winter term (January-April), $1 vouchers will be available for purchase after regular business hours and on weekends. These will be sold at
Please note: This system does not apply to the Hamilton campus, where vouchers will continue to be used for printing, as there are no other situations in which students can use Flex Dollars.