The Mail Services department coordinates the University's daily mail delivery from the USPS branch stations to University departments and meters all USPS mail submitted by departments. Mail Services staff concentrate on the delivery and pick-up of University business-related mail. Personal mail and third-class "junk mail" is not a priority.
The USPS mail for students is delivered to the Busch Student Center.
Departmental incoming mail
Mail is delivered to the designated "Incoming Mail" drops within each building.
Departmental out-going mail
Mail prepared by departments to be metered through the Mail Center as first-class mail will be picked up daily from the "Outgoing Mail" drops in each building. Stamped mail may also be deposited directly into any USPS mail box or should be kept separate from mail to be metered.
Sealing of Envelopes
The postage machine only seals #10 envelopes. All other correspondence should be sealed by the department.
Official Business Only
First-class postage will be affixed to unstamped University mail via postage meter imprint in accordance with weight and destination rates. Postage will be applied only to mail identified as University correspondence; personal mail will not be metered.
Monthly Billing Charges
Postage costs will be billed monthly to the department shown on the return address or as otherwise indicated with the Banner fund number.
Submittal of Large Mailings
For mailings of more than 1,500 pieces, please inform Mail Services 3-5 days in advance of the actual mailing to ensure that there is sufficient postage on the University's Post Office account.
Domestic and international mail must be separated by departments. If it is not separated in advance, the domestic rate may be applied incorrectly to international mail and cause delays in delivery and additional postage. Air or surface service should be indicated for international mail.
Special Mail Services
Departments requiring special mail services, such as certified or express mail, should call 977-2246 for assistance.