In November 2019, Google announced "Google Cloud Print, Google’s cloud-based printing solution that has been in beta since 2010, will no longer be supported as of December 31, 2020. Beginning January 1, 2021, devices across all operating systems will not be able to print using Cloud Print."
You can download Google Cloud Printer, which adds the Google Cloud printer driver to your computer's printer list and allows you to print to any LTS public site printer connected to Google Cloud Print. This makes printing any type of document or image file from your Windows computer easier -- no need to download individual printer drivers, connect to the VPN, or the print server.
NOTE: you must have the Google Chrome browser installed on your computer.
2. While printing a document, select the Google Cloud Printer.
3. You may be prompted to sign in with your Google account -- enter your full Lehigh email address, and then sign in with your username and password.
4. Choose a printer to which your job will be sent.
NOTE: it is important to know the name of the printer you want to print to beforehand. LTS printer names follow the format '<building>-<room_number>-<printer_model>'.