Cabell Library has a self-service public fax machine located near the copier/printer corral on the first floor. The cost is $1.75 for the first page and $1.00 for each additional page; international rates are higher. Payment can be made with a credit or debit card. Assistance is available to users at any time via a telephone that connects directly to the fax vending company's customer service helpline.
Note: Other faxing services are available at the Valentine House, off Franklin Street.
There is no fax service available at the Tompkins-McCaw Library. However, students, faculty, and staff will find fax services available at the MCV Campus Post Office located in the Virginia Mechanics Institute building (1000 E. Marshall Street).
Faxes may be sent or received at VCU Mail Services facilities.
Students may send messages from the VCU Mail Center from 8am - 2pm Monday-Friday. Incoming fax messages are free and can be sent to (804) 828-1355 (on the Monroe Park Campus) or (804) 828‐3299 (on the MCV Campus). Students are notified by telephone of their fax messages or a fax message may be forwarded through Campus Mail. Incoming fax messages MUST include the following information: recipient’s full name, residence hall, room number, and telephone number. Outgoing fax transmissions are charged a nominal fee. Find more information in the VCU Mail Services Guide.