The College operates the University's DS-Print system which allows you to print, copy and scan documents using DS-Print enabled multi-function devices (MFDs).

How do I print?

For information on how to print, please see: Printing, copying and scanning.

Printers at Sidney

We have four large MFD printers (Konica Minolta Bizhub C458) that print both A3 and A4 located throughout the college. All of these printers have the ability to staple documents. These can be found in:

  • Library
  • Computer Suite
  • Hall Court Print Room (The right MFD also has a booklet function)

Other smaller A4 only MFD printers (Konica Minolta C3350i/C3350) can be found in the below locations. These are primarily for staff/fellow use:

  • X staircase (first floor landing)
  • Y Staircase (cupboard outside Development)
  • Bursars PA's Office
  • Masters PA's Office
  • College Office (access only during work hours)

If you experience any issues with the printers please contact us.


Printing and copying is charged per side. Scanning to email is free. 

If you are printing a document with both colour and greyscale pages, if you select 'Auto Colour' when printing, you will only be charged the colour rate for the pages that have colour. The pages with only greyscale on will be charged as greyscale and not colour.

You can view a list of costs: (this link only works within the University network such as Eduroam and UniOfCam wireless networks). Typically, the average cost is:

Colour Size Cost (per side)
Greyscale US LETTER 10p per side
Greyscale A6 3p per side
Greyscale A5 4p per side
Greyscale A4 5p per side
Greyscale A3 10p per side
Colour US LETTER 30p per side
Colour A6 10p per side
Colour A5 15p per side
Colour A4 20p per side
Colour A3 30p per sid


Sidney Sussex uses the “Common Balance” system for Printing. You can top-up your Common Balance online using the My DS-Print portal ( The minimum top-up is £1, which buys about 20 black and white A4 sheets of printing or copying. This link only works within the University network such as Eduroam and UniOfCam wireless networks