Set up CedarPrint on Apple devices - Mac & iOS

If you have an Apple device on the eduroam wireless network, you can print to CedarPrint without having to download or configure anything.

Installing CedarPrint on Mac or iOS

CedarPrint is available as an AirPrint printer, which means you can install it by performing the following steps:

Mac:

  • Open the System Preferences app
  • Select Printers & Scanners from the list
  • On the Printers & Scanners page, click the "+" button
  • Two AirPrint printers should appear there, named "cedarprint" and "cedarprint color"
  • Click on the name of the one you want to install, the printer should install automatically.

iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch):

  • While viewing a document, email, or something else that you'd like to print, select the share icon
  • From the list of sharing options, tap [Print]. This may be hidden under a "More.." menu.
  • When the print preview appears, tap "Select Printer".
  • Two AirPrint printers should appear, named "cedarprint" and "cedarprint color"
  • Tap the appropriate printer to select it for the job
  • Tap [Print] in the upper right-hand corner to send the job to CedarPrint

Printing to CedarPrint from Mac or iOS

When you print to CedarPrint from an Apple device, your device will prompt you for a username and password. Please note that this is needs to be your CedarNet username and your CedarNet password, even if your device auto-fills other information.

On Mac computers, you have the ability to save your password so that you don't have to enter it for every job. However, if you change you password or mistakenly save incorrect information, you'll need to remove the saved "cedarprint" password from KeyChain Access

Please note that although your device doesn't prompt you with a price for the print job, regular black & white CedarPrint jobs will charge 5 cents per page when released from one of the 15 convenient CedarPrint release stations around campus. CedarPrint Color jobs released from the color CedarPrint station in the BTS 111 Open-access computer lab will charge 40 cents per page. You can check cedar.to/webprint for your account balance.Jobs printed to the "cedarprint" printer will not be available for release on the BTS 111 Color CedarPrint release station, and jobs printed to the "cedarprint color" printer will not be available for release on normal CedarPrint release stations around campus.

Locate a CedarPrint Station

View the map of CedarPrint locations.

There are Currently 15 CedarPrint Stations on Campus:

Academic Buildings:

  • Apple Technology Resource Center - commuter lounge
  • Callan Athletic Center - hallway (near elevator)
  • Centennial Library - alcove (near vending machines)
  • Center for Biblical and Theological Studies - atrium (near room 101)
  • Dixon Ministry Center - lobby (across from the Journalism lab)
  • Engineering and Science building - second floor lobby (near room 245)
  • Health Sciences Center - second floor lobby (near elevator)
  • Milner Business Administration Building - main lobby
  • Steven's Student Center - upper level lobby (across from Admissions)
  • Steven's Student Center - lower level (by Rinnova Internet Cafe)
  • Tyler Digital Communication Center - first floor (near elevator)

Residence Halls: 

  • Miter Center (Between McKinney & McChesney)
  • Greene Center (Between St. Clair & Johnson)
  • Younger Center (Between Murphy & Rickard)

Color:

  • Center for Biblical and Theological Studies, room 111

CedarPrint Troubleshooting

If you experience difficulty with CedarPrint software, the following troubleshooting options may resolve your issue.

To Troubleshoot CedarPrint:

  • Reinstall CedarPrint. This will ensure you have the latest version of CedarPrint on Mac or Windows.
  • Make sure your personal computer is connected to eduroam. You cannot wirelessly print unless you are logged into the eduroam wireless network. CedarPrint will not work with the cu-guest wireless network.
    For information on how to set up eduroam, please click the link for the Wireless Connection to Eduroam help page.

If these troubleshooting suggestions do not resolve the issue you are having, submit a TechStop service ticket, or take your laptop or mobile device to TechStop (north side of the Tyler Digital Communication Center — via the external glass door facing the Milner Business Administration Building). TechStop is open from 11 am - 4:30 pm, Mondays through Fridays during the academic year and by appointment only during the summer term and over breaks.

If the issue involves a University computer, please submit an Classrooms & Labs service ticket.

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