The Department of Mail Services is responsible for the daily delivery and outgoing of intra-campus and USPS mail of the campus community. The USPS and intra-campus mail is sorted by department zip code and delivered to campus departments beginning at 1:00 p.m. Outgoing mail is picked up, appropriate postage is applied, and prepared for mailing. Print orders are also picked up at the same time.
In addition, a full-service 10:00 a.m. route provides for pick-up and delivery of intra-campus and USPS mail, and pick up of print orders. Click here for details of the morning route.
Departments may also drop outgoing mail at Print and Mail Services (Siskiyou Hall 118), no later than 2:30 p.m. for packages and no later than 3:30 p.m. for USPS mail, Monday–Friday for both services.
Helpful Links and Ordering Stamps
For any questions on sending and receiving mail, please visit our Delivery Information page. Any concerns with parcel shipment or delivery can be addressed by Shipping and Receiving's Guidelines website here.
What's new in the world of Mail Services? Check out our Mail Services Announcements page to find out!
Want to calculate postage or rates for parcels? All the information you need can be found on our Carrier Rates and Information page.
Need stamps? Click here to order them. Please provide your name, zip code, and mail bag code you wish to charge.
Personal Items Policy
Mail Services would like to remind faculty and staff that State resources may not be used to ship or receive personal packages or mail.
For personal stamped mail, a personal mail drop is located at Conference Services, BMU 102 (located in the southwest corner of the main lobby, near the restrooms). This mail is picked up once a day at 2 p.m. and is given to the U.S. Postal Service.
To help minimize loss or delays of personal items, please ensure that senders have your correct home or mailing address.
When mailing 200 identical mail pieces, you may want to consider using Bulk Mail to save on postage. The average postage cost per piece is $0.16 (as compared to a standard, first-class letter @ $0.46).
For more information about Bulk Mail, click here: Bulk Mail Processing