Web Print Guide

Web Print Release allows you to upload and submit a document from any lab, personal computer, even a smart device to an SVSU Campus printer without having to install print drivers.  

You can release print jobs at any of the SVSU Campus Kyocera MFP locations.  

Note: Your print account needs to have enough balance to cover printing. Log into your print account vprint.svsu.edu to check your balance, view transaction history, purchase additional pages, change your pin, and release print jobs. 


Access Web Print 

Go to svsu.edu to log into your Print account via Quicklinks > Print Balance or visit vprint1.svsu.edu 

  1. Click Web Print.              

  2. Click Submit a Job



Select a Web Print Location

  1. Choose one of the 4 virtual print locations as desired. The location description is found in the right column.

  2. Click the button, Print Options and Account Selection.              IMPORTANT: Choose the web printer nearest to you with card swipe.


Select Account Options

  1. In the Options section, type in the number of copies
  2. In the Account to Charge, select the appropriate radio button, personal account or shared account, (this screen will only appear for faculty/ staff).
  3. Click Upload Documents

Upload Documents

Application/ File Type File Extension(s)
Microsoft Excel


xlam, xls, xlsb, xlsm, xlsx, xltm, xltx
Microsoft Power Point pot, potm, potx, ppam, pps, ppsm, ppt, pptm, pptx
Microsoft Word doc, docm, docx, dot, dotm, dotx, rtf, txt
PDF pdf
Picture Files bmp, dip, gif, jif, jpe, jpeg, jpg, png, tif, tiff
  1. Click the green button, Upload from Computer and select your file. Alternatively, you can drag and drop your file.
  2. Once the file is uploaded, it will appear above as seen in the image below.
  3. Once you select the file(s) you want to print, click Upload & Complete.



Web Print Queue 

Note: Uploading: The document(s) will upload and process. Be patient it could take a few minutes. You will be returned to the main Web Print screen. You will also receive an email noting that you have a document being held in a queue. 

The SVSU Campus Kyocera MFP printers are placed throughout campus.  

  1. Your job is submitted and is held in the printer queue. 

IMPORTANT: When using web print release, only release documents when near a “Web Print” Kyocera MFP printer with card swipe.  



SVSU Campus Kyocera MFP printer locations 

Refer to SVSU’s Official Campus Map for coded locations in the table below. 

  • Retrieve your printed document from the printer.  
  • The document will be removed from the pending release queue and your print balance will reflect the number of page(s) printed.  
Campus Kiosks Other Locations Zahnow Library Open Labs
8 - Brown Concourse 42 - Student Life Center 54 - 1st, 2nd, 3rd Floors 12 - Curtiss 227a
21 - Groening Commons 9 - Ryder Center - Campus Rec 54 - Cardinal Commons 19 - Ott Mezzanine
4 - Bachand First Floor Lounge 25, 26, 28, 34 - Living Centers    
Note: New to Print Management by account type? View the Kyocera MFP printers guide or visit our help article Print Management Policy & FAQs


Cancel a web print job 

Web printing jobs are removed from the queue automatically after 24 hours. Alternatively, you can cancel a print job at the printer or follow the steps below. 

  1. Click Jobs Pending Release.  

  1. Locate the document in the list and click Cancel.  

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