- Routine outgoing mail is stamped by the receptionist and is delivered to a U.S. Postal Service drop box at 4:00pm. (We do not stamp personal mail.) This mail should be placed in the box on the filing cabinet in the faculty support area labeled, "This mail is handled by the College of Law and is taken to a federal post office box."
- Mailings using the mail slip showing your specific departmental budget speed code are picked up by the University mail service in the mornings. This mail should be placed in the outgoing mail box on the file cabinet labeled, "This mail goes to Kell Hall for mass bulk mailings." (See below for specifics and other options.)
- Interoffice mail is placed in the designated interoffice mail on the bottom row of mailboxes.
- This mail is 1) picked up by the post office in the morning 2) taken by us along with the regular outgoing mail at 4pm.
Mailing Large Boxes
- All boxes will need a mailing statement.
- Please fill out the form with the necessary information using the appropriate departmental code listed below. Robin can help you fill this out.
- Please call the Post Office whenever you have a large box to be picked up giving them the location and what is to be picked up. Their phone number is ext.
Stamps Vs. Mailing Statements
- All mail that is placed in the outgoing mail box on the filing cabinet is stamped by us unless it is greater than 5 pieces in which case we ask that you stamp it.
- If you have more than 5 pieces, you should purchase stamps yourself or fill out a mailing statement using your departmental code.
(We do not stamp personal mail!)
First Class Stamped, First Class With Mail Slip, Bulk With Mail Slip
- First class mail sent out with stamps requires you to purchase stamps using the departmental charge card at the university postoffice or use your departmental visa card and buy online at http://shop.usps.com or calling 1.800.STAMP24.
- For first class mass mailings using the mail slip, you don’t have to seal the envelopes unless they are larger than letter-size. Unsealed envelopes should be placed on top of one another with the flaps open and then rubber-banded.
- Given time constraints, most people mail out mass mail first class. If time is not an issue you will save money by using the bulk rate. For letter-sized mail, the costs are cut by nearly half. This feature requires at least 200 pieces of mail in zip code order. For more information contact the post office at ext 3-9650
For express mail, we use United Parcel Service which requires an account setup. Each department has their own UPS contact who should be used mail the package. UPS delivers daily to the 4th floor receptionist desk. Outgoing packages are picked up from there by 4pm. For an account setup please contact Valencia Lewis, 3-9098.