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On-Campus Mail

Campus Mail Pickup Times

Delivery and pick-up times start at 9:00 a.m. each week-day morning. Mail is delivered and picked up from numerous mail stops convenient to the campus community. Mail routes are completed and return to Distribution at 11:30 a.m. for mail processing.

For emergency mail, or mail that must leave campus the same day, please call 797 1875. Mail can also be delivered to Distribution by 3:30 p.m. for same-day processing.

Sorting and Bundling Mail

When preparing mail for pick-up, please separate and bundle it into the following categories:

  • Campus
  • Domestic
  • International
  • Stamped or Business Reply Mail

Off-Campus Mail

Make sure mail is properly addressed with complete "To" and "From" address. If you are using window envelopes, be sure the name and address are the only things showing in the window. Otherwise, the automated machines at the U.S. Post Office may miss-read the piece, and send it back to you. No paperclips, folding clips, or CD's may be inside envelope.

USPS picks up mail at Distribution at 12:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Mail Containing Wrong Address Information

Although we make every effort to deliver all mail, we cannot deliver without a correct address. If you receive mail that is miss-addressed, and if you have the correct address, please correct and direct the mail according. If you do not know the correct address, please indicate (cross it out) and return it to us in the mail bag. Incoming mail, not bearing and identifiable address will be returned to sender.

Changing Address

Please keep your UMC current in Banner in order to receive intra-campus mail. If you don't know your UMC, ask your secretary. If you move from one department to another, be sure to change your UMC in banner. You may call Human Resources to be sure your address is correctly listed in Banner. You should notify all off-campus correspondents of any address change.

Personal Mail

Personal stamped mail may be sent out with department mail. Please keep stamped or business reply mail separate from outgoing department mail. Personal mail will be delivered week-days to the U.S. Postal Service at 1:15 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. together with the outgoing University mail. Personal mail must be sealed and bear the proper postage. Distribution cannot meter personal mail. If personal mail arrives without proper postage, it will be returned to sender.