Campus Receiving and Mail Service
The University Receiving and Mail Services offices are responsible for the processing of university mail, accepting and distributing packages and goods delivered to the university, and coordinating outgoing shipments for its faculty and staff. Campus Stores is also housed within the Receiving department.
Mail Pickup & Delivery Services
As was communicated earlier, University Receiving and Mail Services has resumed regular pickup and delivery service to campus departments on August 2, 2021. Please note that in order for your mail to go out “same day” it must be at University Mail Services no later than 2:00 p.m. Should your department need additional mail services or assistance with incoming or outgoing mail, you may contact us by email at email@example.com or by phone (909) 537-5151. Click here to notify us now.
Faculty/Staff Change of Location Notice
In the event that you change departments on campus, you will need to alert University Mail and Receiving of your new location. This will enable us to route your mail and packages more accurately. For a list of department mail stops please click here. Please click here to notify us of your change of location.
Department Office Closure Notice
In the event that your department will be closed during the normal business hours, (M-F 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.) please click here to notify us of your Department Closure This will enable us to better prepare for deliveries that may be coming to your department.
To prepare mail for on-campus delivery (intra-campus mail):
- Only intra-campus manila or plain manila envelopes should be used for your intra-campus mail.
- When possible, you should band it separately from outgoing First-Class mail.
- When using intra-campus envelopes, please remember to cross out the previous address and name.
- If you use regular white envelopes for this mail, your intra-campus mail could be processed as regular mail and your department charged for postage.
By following these guidelines, you ensure that your mail will experience the quickest possible processing time and expedited delivery to its final destination.