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Faxing, Printing and Copying Services

Students may use library fax machines to send short documents for a small fee. Student fees subsidize the cost of printing and copying at Spokane Community College (SCC) and Spokane Falls Community College (SFCC). This makes it affordable for students to print course materials and class assignments.

Faxing Services

SCC Library Fax Service

Faxing services may be requested at the circulation desk.


Incoming:  No charge
Outgoing local and toll free:  No charge
Outgoing long distance:  $1 per page

SFCC Library Self-Service Fax

The SFCC fax machine is located in the south foyer of the library, at the top of the stairs. Instructions for use are available by picking up the handset by the machine or following the instruction sign found at the machine. Further help is available in the administrative office just inside the library's south entrance.

The fax machine accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover cards, as well as debit cards and check cards with these designations.


Domestic:  $1.50 for the first page; $1 for each additional page
International:  $4.96 for the first page; $3.45 for each additional page


Our libraries use a print management system for students. You can even send print jobs to the library printers from your own devices using the Print Management Plus system!

Printing costs 2 cents per page for black and white, and 7 cents per page for color. Students automatically receive a $10 printing credit per quarter, which covers approximately 200 singled-sided pages or 400 double-sided. Students may add money to their existing account at the circulation desk.

In addition to regular printers, the SCC library also provides students with a wide-format printer suitable for printing posters and other large format prints.  


Copiers are located in the SCC and SFCC libraries. At SCC, student fees support copying services. At SFCC, copies are 10 cents per page for black and white and color copies. Copying requires coins or one $1 bills.