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Printing - Allocations and Costs


Students yearly school fees provide a printing allocation per term that increases as they progress through each sub-school.

Students can increase their available pages by choosing mono (black and white) instead of colour in the printer properties at the time of printing.


Print options at school

Standard printing from school computers


Printing costs

Kyocera printers:
Black and White prints – 5c / page
Colour prints – 15c / page

Epson eco business inkjet printers (Library):
*Note* the initial price listed on the release station printer screen is the Kyocera price, but the actual price charged to your account will be the lower price if using an Epson printer.

Black and White prints - 2c / page
Colour prints - 8c / page

Selecting Duplex (printing on both sides of the paper) reduces the cost for the second page by 1c, as only a single piece of paper is used.



Individual printing balances are updated per term and are cumulative for the current school year.

Years R-5       $3.00 per term (60 B & W or 20 colour pages)
Years 6-9       $4.50 per term  (90 B & W or 30 colour pages)
Years 10-12   $7.50 per term (150 B & W or 50 colour pages)

If the terms allocation is exceeded, extra printing credit can be purchased from the front office.


Viewing available print balance and history.

Students can access their current print balance and view their printing history by going to SEQTA Learn --> Portals --> Student Links --> and then clicking Print balance and usage


Enter your school computer login and password (not email address)


Once logged in, you can view your printing balance, usage and environmental impact.


Available tabs:

Summary – A summary page that includes environment impact.
Transaction History – View a list of print balance transactions.
Recent Print Jobs –  A list of your recent print jobs.
Jobs Pending Release – Printing that is waiting in the release queue for printing. Unneeded prints can be released or deleted here, or at the printer release station.

Tenison Woods College respectfully acknowledges the Boandik people are the First Nations people of the Mount Gambier South Eastern region of South Australia and pay respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, past, present and emerging.