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Adding to your printing account balance

Gordon State College PaperCut Card

You can increase your printing balance in two ways.  You can purchase $1, $5, and $10 increases by credit card or you can purchase a Gordon State College Papercut Card at the Bookstore.

To purchase using your credit card following the instructions below:

  1. Sign-in to your PaperCut NG account by either method below:
    1. Access the website https://pcut.gordonstate.edu:9192/user. Enter your Gordon username and password on the login page.
    2. From a Gordon State College lab or classroom PC, click on the "Details." link on the "Balance for <<Gordon username>>" dialog and enter your password on the login page.
  2. Click on the Increase Printing Balance link on the left-hand navigation bar (Fig 1).
  3. Choose the amount your want to increase $1, $5, $10
  4. Follow the on screen instructions to pay by credit card.

Follow the instructions below to use a Gordon State College PaperCut Card to increase your printing balance:

  1. Purchase a $1, $5, or $10 Gordon State College PaperCut Card from the Bookstore or the Bookstore's supplies vending machine located in the Student Center (Fig 1).
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  2. Sign-in to your PaperCut NG account by either method below:
  3. Access the website https://pcut.gordonstate.edu:9192/user. Enter your Gordon username and password on the login page.
  4. From a Gordon State College lab or classroom PC, click on the "Details." link on the "Balance for <<Gordon username>>" dialog and enter your password on the login page.
  5. Click on the Redeem Card link on the left-hand navigation bar (Fig 2).
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  6. Enter the Card Number (see Fig 3 example below) in the Card Number box and press Redeem Card.
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  7. If the card's number is valid, the credit as listed on the card ($1, $5, or $10) will be transferred to your account and will be listed in your transaction history.

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