Interoffice Mail

The University Mailrooms handle over 1.7 million pieces of interoffice mail per year. Proper addressing and preparation of interoffice mail is essential to ensure correct and prompt delivery.

Addressing

All interoffice mail addresses should include department names for faculty and staff and mailbox numbers for students.

Building names and room numbers are not necessary for interoffice mail.

Preparation

Preparation of interoffice campus mail varies depending on the type of mail being sent and is as follows:

A. Single Piece Mailings

This is your everyday mail picked up from your department. This mail should be separated from your off campus mail, sorted by size, and bundled with a rubber band with all addresses facing in the same direction. Student mail should also be separated from faculty and staff mail.

B. Bulk Mailings

Large mailings of at least 200 pieces should be sorted by department or in box number order. Mailings going to all faculty and/or staff, all students, or all students of a certain class can be addressed by Bulk Mail.  If you are going to have a bulk, intra-campus mailing to be picked up from your office the mailing should be in postal trays or tubs rather than cardboard boxes. Trays and tubs can be obtained by calling the mailroom.

C. Parcels

Parcels up to 70 pounds can be sent via intra-campus mail. Parcels will usually be picked up with your regular mail pick up. If you are sending more than five parcels or any parcel weighing over 25 pounds please call the mailroom to arrange a special pick-up.

Mail Services Information

Locations:

Kennedy Hall Lower Level 

St. Mary's Hall 

The Commons

Hours For All Locations

Monday - Thursday 9am to 5pm 

Friday  9am to 4:30pm 

Saturday 10am to 2pm 

*Hours may vary during school breaks 

Kennedy Retail Window 

Mon - Fri  9am - 4pm
Closed Saturday  

610-519-4492

St Mary's Hall 

610-519-5806

The Commons

610-519-5644

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