These terms and conditions apply to your use of the Griffith University Printing System ("Printing System"). Griffith University may vary these terms at any time.
By using the Printing System, you agree to be bound by these terms. If you have any questions or issues relating to the balance of your account or use of the Printing System, please contact our IT Service Centre on (07) 3735 5555.
- How to check the balance of your account
Your balance is shown when you log into myPrint (https://myprint.griffith.edu.au), when you log into a multi-function printer or when you log into a top-up kiosk.
You should check your balance regularly. Accounts cannot have a negative balance, and you will be unable to complete a print job that costs more than the balance of your account. Top-ups may take up to 15 minutes to be registered against your account.
If, due to system error, your account has a negative balance, this amount will become a debt owed to the University and the University may take steps to recover such debt.
- How to top-up your account
You can top-up your account balance:
- On-line at https://myprint.griffith.edu.au using Visa or Mastercard credit or debit cards (top-up amounts can be selected via a pull-down menu); or
- At a self-service kiosk using cash payments (minimum top-up amount is $0.05).
American Express cards and PayPal are not accepted at kiosks or on-line.
- No refunds
Money added to your account is not refundable in any circumstances. For this reason, you should avoid paying in more than you expect to use, especially if you are nearing the end of your studies.
- Printing and copying
By using the Printing System, you agree to abide by the University’s Information Technology code of practice. You must also follow all written instructions and directions from University personnel when using the University’s equipment.
- Security of your account
You must log-out of your account when you have finished using the Printing System. The University is not responsible for any unauthorised access to your account or for any loss arising from your failure to comply with these terms.
If you believe that the University has made an error in debiting your account, you must contact the IT Service Centre as soon as possible to inform them of the error.
- Expiry of your account
When you cease to be an active student of the University, you will be unable to access your printing account. Any unused balance in the account will be forfeited to the University approximately twelve (12) months after your student status changes from “active” to “inactive” in the University’s system.
- Privacy statement
Griffith University collects, stores and uses personal information about you in the course of you creating an account and using the Printing System. The information collected will be handled in accordance with Griffith University’s Privacy Plan.