Printing at a WEPA Kiosk

About WEPA

WEPA (Wireless Everywhere Print Anywhere) is a new print service that allows you to print from the web, USB Drive, smartphone, or any personal computer to a WEPA kiosk. MPO gives $60 virtual dollars towards printing every semester.  In order to pay for printing you can use a credit card, a WEPA prepaid card or your Terrapin Express account.

Download and Install the Laptop/Desktop Printer Driver

WEPA Print Driver (PC)

Requirements: Windows operating system of Windows XP or higher, .Net Framework 2.0 or higher, and 250mg of free space.

WEPA Print Driver (MAC Lab)

Requirements: Macintosh operating system of 10.6 or higher, Java Virtual Machine, and 250 MB of free space.

You do not need to create an account with WEPA, you simply need to login with your UMD email address and Password.  Your University ID card will be able to be used to login after this first login.


$0.10 per black & white page
$0.17 per duplex black & white page
$0.50 per color page
$0.89 per duplex color page

Payment Methods Accepted

  • Terrapin Express Card

    Swipe your UMD ID at the WEPA kiosk in order to use your Terrapin Express account. You must have sufficient funds in your account in order to print
  • Credit Cards

    Major Credit cards accepted: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover
  • WEPA Account

    You have the option of creating a WEPA account not tied to your UMD account if you wish. You can register for an account on the WEPA website.  MBA/Grad Students have a WEPA account that was created for you by Smith IT.  The account is registered to your address (UM Directory/ELMS/Testudo login). 

Please note: a $0.40 transaction fee will be applied to all credit/debit card purchases


WEPA kiosks are currently installed in 4 public locations and 1 private location:

  1. Van Munching Hall: 1st Floor, west wing near the Courtyard Entrance (near room 1511)
  2. Van Munching Hall: 1st Floor, Room: 1572, Computer Lab
  3. Van Munching Hall: 3rd Floor, Room: 3515, Computer Lab
  4. Van Munching Hall: 2nd Floor, Room: 2333, MBA Case Rooms (Private)
  5. Ronald Reagan Building (DC): Main Area

How to Print

There are three ways to print using a WEPA kiosk: (1) you can upload documents to the WEPA webiste, (2) print directly from a USB drive, or (3) print locally from a computer that has the WEPA drivers installed.

All of the computer labs and classroom computers are loaded with the WEPA drivers, you can redeem your jobs from any of the kiosks in the building.

You do not need to create an account with WEPA, you simply need to login with your UMD Email address and Password.

  1. Local (your computer)
    • With the document open, select File, then Print.
    • Select either the Color or Black and White WEPA printer (to install the drivers download them above)
    • Login with your Campus UMD ID and Password
    • Go to the WEPA Kiosk and either claim your job with the release code or swipe your UID card.
  2. Web
    • Login at by selecting University of Maryland and entering your directory ID and password.
    • Click on Web Upload in the shortcuts menu.
    • Browse for the document you wish to print
    • Adjust your options, including Print Range, Color Options and Basic Options, then click Send to WEPA.
    • Your file will be uploaded to the WEPA server for printing at a WEPA station. You may now upload more documents, or logout.
    • Go to a WEPA kiosk at your convenience and sing in with your WEPA account or swipe your card to print.
  3. USB
    • Go to any WEPA kiosk.
    • On the main screen, select Print from USB.
    • Insert USB drive into the USB slot. Documents printed directly from a USB drive must be in either PDF or a Microsoft Office format (.doc, .xls, .ppt, etc.).
  4. Smartphone
    • Download the WEPA print app for Andorid or iOS Device
    • Login to the app using your Directory ID email and password
    • Once you are logged in, you may send your print job from Dropbox or Google Drive to the WEPA cloud for printing from any WEPA kiosk.

Drivers in our Computer Labs

WEPA kiosk print drivers are installed on our lab and classroom images. You will be able to print from any classroom and lab computer in the building by selecting either the "WEPA-BW" or "WEPA-COLOR" from the print dialog and then following the Local instructions.