How do I print wirelessly from my personal computer?

WiPrint is a web-based utility made by PrinterOn that provides document printing for wireless users. WiPrint can be accessed from any point on the wireless networks.
Using WiPrint from Western’s wireless or residence hall networks is very easy and only requires a web browser. For printer locations and  a list of supported file types, see related articles.


  1. While connected to the wireless network, open this web browser.

  2. Click on the "Print" icon to proceed:

  3. Login with your MyWestern Account username and password.

  4. After logging in, select the printer to which you wish to send your file

  5. On the next page (see Figure 1) click on the “Browse” button to select the file you wish to print. Alternatively, you can print a web page by entering the URL in the “Web Page” field. 

  6. Click on the "Submit" button to upload the file.

  7. Once the file is uploaded, you will then have the ability to adjust the orientation, number copies, and page range. Alternatively, you can specify an URL of a web page that you wish to print. 

  8. Click on the "Continue" button to proceed.

  9. A pop-up window will appear while the system is preparing your print job. Once the “Approve” message appears (See Figure 2), you can finalize your printout by clicking on the “Submit Job to Printer” link. If you do not see the pop-up window, please check your browser settings to all pop-ups from "".


  10. Once the pop-up displays a status of 'Complete', your printout is then sent to the printer for processing

Tips and Troubleshooting

  • Please configure your web browser to allow pop-ups from “”.

  • Only submit one print job at a time. Sending multiple jobs simultaneously may cause them to fail. Only specific files are supported.

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