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Middle Tennessee State University has returned to unlimited printing for students this year, according to the Information Technology Division (ITD). The cost of printing services offered by MTSU changed multiple times over the course of the 2014-2015 school year, leaving many students confused about the new policies. Just before school started for the 2015 fall …

After the implementation of a new printing system and the imposition of a policy limiting a service that once provided unlimited printing, many MTSU students voiced complaints. This new printing system at MTSU is ridiculous! — brittany nicole (@vandybabe33) January 26, 2015 MTSU is building a state of the art practice field for football…. But we still have …

With the implementation of a new printing system and contract with RJ Young, MTSU has experienced numerous issues since the start of the spring semester, including a campus-wide printer shutdown in the midst of mid-terms last week. Due to these issues, the university has decided to remove Uniflow software and stations from campus and revert back …

The Business and Aerospace University Computer lab underwent its first renovation since it was originally founded this summer, according to director Carlos Coronel. Major changes to the lab include two spacious huddle rooms, upgraded seating and new wood flooring to replace the outdated carpet. The lab now features a charging station for mobile devices including iPhones and iPads, …

By Mychal Wilson Staff Writer The ‘free printing services’ students receive will be cut starting the fall semester, according to the Information Technology Department. Under the new policy, each student will be allocated 320 black-and-white prints. After surpassing this limit, students will have to refill their cards. The balance of unspent prints will roll over …