About the Library

Computers and network services

Computers in Dayton Memorial Library

DML has computers throughout the building for use by students, staff, and faculty. Computers on all four floors provide access to the internet, library resources, Microsoft Office productivity software, and specialized programs for the three colleges of Regis University.

All computers require a RegisNET login for use. Select computers on the second floor may be used by guests; please ask at the Reference Desk for assistance. Guests of Regis are limited to one hour of online computer use each day. Academic research takes priority over all other online activities.

Network access in Dayton Memorial Library

Most study desks in DML have network jacks for hardwired RegisNET access and power outlets for laptops. A wireless network is available throughout the building.  A brochure for helping you connect to network services is available at the reference desk. Please note that you may be required to update your laptop's security settings and software in order to connect to the network.

Printing Services

For Regis Students, Staff, and Faculty

Printers are available on all floors of Dayton Memorial Library (DML). Students receive $50 in Printer Bucks each term (fall, spring, summer). Each black and white print costs $0.035 per side, while color prints cost $0.25 per side. Staff and faculty may also print from public computers using their RegisNET accounts. Students who use up all of their Printer Bucks may purchase more through the Copy and Mail Center in O'Connell Hall (303-458-4380).  Prints are automatically charged to the account signed onto the computer, so be sure to log off your computers when finished.

For Guests

DML guests who are not Regis students, staff, or faculty may purchase a print card using the self-service card dispenser next to the designated guest printer on the 2nd floor.  The card costs $1, then guests must add money to the card in $1, $5, $10, or $20 increments using the self-service system . Each print costs 10 cents (double-sided pages are 20 cents).  If you have questions about using your print card, please ask for assistance.

Saving the World (One Tree at a Time)

To help reduce paper consumption, printers in DML will automatically print on both sides. If you need single-sided printing, please ask a librarian for assistance.

Print costs are charged to your account or card based on the number of prints, not sheets used. Therefore, a four page document printed on four single-sided sheets will be charged the same as a four page document printed on two double-sided sheets.



Students can use their Printer Bucks to make copies. Black and white copies are $0.09 per side and color copies (when available) are $0.24 per side. Students use their Regis ID numbers to sign onto the copiers. Staff and faculty may use their individual copy codes to use the library photocopiers.  If you have questions about your code, please contact the Copy and Mail Center at 303-458-4380. The copiers may also be used to scan documents and send them to your Regis email accounts.  There is no charge to use the scanning function

Guests may use their print cards to use one of the 2nd (main) floor copiers at $0.10 per side.  Instructions are posted at the copier, but please contact the circulation desk if you have any questions.


There are self-service photocopiers on the 1st, 2nd (main), and 4th floors.

1st floor copier: There is one copier west of the elevator.  This copier is not available for use by guests.

2nd (main) floor copiers (east of the elevator): The right-hand machine can make both black and white as well as color copies. The left-hand machine (black and white copies only) has been configured for use with guest print cards and is the only copier available for use by guests.

4th floor copier:  There is one copier east of the elevator.  This copier is not available for use by guests.

DML also has a reader/printer machine on the 1st floor (lowest level) for microfilm and microfiche. Each page is 10 cents. As this machine requires exact change, the circulation desk keeps a good stock of dimes on hand for your convenience. To charge microformat copying to a department, ask a librarian for assistance.


The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material.

Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specified conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction is not to be 'used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship, or research.' If a user makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy or reproduction for purposes in excess of 'fair use,' that user may be liable for copyright infringement.

This institution reserves the right to refuse to accept a copying order if, in its judgement, fulfillment of the order would involve violation of copyright law.                                                 


There are two public scanners in the reference area on the main floor of the library.  All copiers may also be used by Regis students, staff, and faculty to scan documents and send them to their Regis email accounts.


Public faxing is not available at the library.

For both local and long distance faxes, please contact the Copy and Mail Center at 303-458-4380. Local faxes are free for students; long distance faxes are $1 per page; international faxes are $3 per page.

If scanning is an alternative, the library has two public scanners on the main floor.   The photocopiers on the main floor may also be used by Regis students, staff, and faculty to scan documents and have them emailed to their Regis accounts.