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Does the Library have a fax machine?

Last Updated: Apr 15, 2016  |  635 Views

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Yes, a public fax machine is available in the Library.  It is located in the Digital Print Services (DPS) center, on the second floor north of the library (PLN-220). Their phone number is: 657-278-3964. DPS is open the followring hours: Mon-Thur 7:30am-7:00pm, Fri 7:30am-5:00pm, Sat 10:00am-6:00pm, Sun closed.  The prices for faxing (as of Spring 2015) are:

Outgoing (U.S.): first page=$1.00, second page=$0.75
Outgoing (Int'l): first page=$1.50, second page=$1.00
Incoming (anywhere): $0.25 per page
Cover and Confirmation page: no charge

Alternatively, if you need to fax outside of the DPS's hours, there is a public fax at the TSU Information Desk, in the main lobby of the TSU.  It is a SEND ONLY fax service.  The cost is $2 for the first page, and $1 for each additional page.    It is available all hours that the TSU is open.  The TSU's typical hours are: M-F 7am-10pm, Sa 10-8, Su 10-10pm; confirm current hours here: http://asi.fullerton.edu/tsu/hoursOfOperation.asp  or calling 657-278-2468

The closest fax for RECEIVING is off-campus at Office Depot in the Chapman/State College shopping center (2429 Chapman Ave, Fullerton, CA  92831.  714-773-1415).  The receiving cost is $1.50 per page.  You can also send, at the same cost as the TSU ($2 first page, $1 each additional).  Office Depot's typical business hours are: M-F 8am-9pm, Sa 9-9, Su 10-6; confirm current hours here: http://www.officedepot.com/storelocator/findStore.do

A faster and cheaper alternative is to fax for free using free fax websites.  These include: http://faxzero.com/ , http://www.gotfreefax.com/ , http://myfax.com/free/ , http://www.faxfree.com/ , https://www.hellofax.com/ .  Descriptions of these 5 free fax services can be read here: http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/send-fax-for-free/  NOTE: these websites are provided for informational purposes only; the Library does not endorse, sponsor, or affiliate with any of these website fax services.   While their fax service is free, they require your email addess, and some may include advertising on your cover sheet.  Read their terms & conditions before using their service.

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