Print Management: Find-Me Printing

You can send documents to a specified print queue, release your print jobs at various locations on campus or send to a virtual print location, refer to the chart below. 

Note: Release print jobs to virtual queues at specific device-like locations SVSU Faculty Kyocera 5002 B&W, SVSU Faculty Kyocera 406 Color, and SVSU Campus Kyocera MFP.  


Find-Me Locations

SVSU Faculty Kyocera 5002 B&W

SVSU Faculty Kyocera 406 Color


3rd floor


1st and 2nd floor


3rd floor


1st and 2nd floor


2nd floor


1st floor


2nd floor (Central and East end)


2nd floor (West end)

Science West

3rd floor


2nd floor



Science East

1st and 2nd floor


Web Print Locations

SVSU Campus Kyocera MFP

Campus Kiosks

Open Labs

Zahnow library

Other locations

Brown Concourse

Groening Commons

HHS 1st floor lounge

Curtiss - C227A

Gilbertson - Ott Mezanine

1st, 2nd, and 3rd floor,

Cardinal Commons

Student Life Center 

Ryder Center - Campus Rec 

Living Centers

- MJBH, LCS, LCSW, PG-7800



Note: Most of the SVSU Faculty Kyocera 5002 B&W, and SVSU Faculty Kyocera 406 Color devices provide finisher features such as: Collating, Stapling, and 3-hole punching. For more details about Web Print Release.


Installing Print Queues on SVSU Employee Computers

To install a new printer driver:
  1. On your keyboard, press the Windows key
    • Type: \\vprint1
    • Click OK
  2. Navigate to: SVSU Faculty Kyocera 5002 B&W and/ or SVSU Faculty Kyocera 406 Color
    • In the active window, scroll through the list of printers then right-click on the printer name
    • From the context menu, choose Connect. 
This will install the driver.
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