Answered By: Ken Fujiuchi
Last Updated: Aug 17, 2017     Views: 4408

Mobile Print

E. H. Butler Library offers an easy new way to print from your laptop, phone, or other mobile device. To get started with mobile print, you must already have swiped your Bengal ID card at one of the Pharos print release stations.

Register for Mobile Print

  1. Open web release in your browser:
  2. Log-in with your Buffalo State username/password​Pharos Print Center mobile print login page
  3. To print, log-in to web release and upload a document​ or send an e-mail with an attachment to
  4. If your email address is already in the Pharos system, you will receive a return email with a link to the Pharos Print Center website. If your email address is not in the Pharos system, you will receive an email with a link to complete your email registration

Releasing a Document from Mobile Print

  1. Visit the printing station you would like to print from
  2. Open from your mobile device or desktop
  3. Enter the printer (StudyQuad, QuietQuad, Information Commons, etc.) you will be printing to and select ​desired options
    Pharos Print Center mobile print account page
  4. Select “Print”

If you need any assistance using or setting up Mobile Print, stop by the RITE support desk in the Information Commons!

Comments (2)

  1. This page would be extremely helpful but unfortunately after clicking the weblink to sign to be able to print does not allow you to sign in with your buffalo state login information. In just says user name in not found or the servers are unable authentic the information. I am not sure if this a problem through the college or the web side. It is unfortunate not be able to simply print a paper in the library since printing and coping, a certain number of pages, is included in tuition.
    by Sam on Mar 12, 2018.
  2. It sounds like you have never swiped your card at one of our print stations. This is required to activate your print account for the first time. Please let us know if you continue to have difficulty logging in after you have swiped your card at the library.
    by Ken Fujiuchi on Mar 12, 2018.