The purpose of the University Postal Services is to facilitate the conducting of University business through an effective and efficient mail collection and distribution system. The use is limited to administrators, faculty, staff, and recognized student organizations, and is prohibited under Chapters 12 and 16 of the Wisconsin Statutes.
Once a day the Postal Services Department delivers all incoming mail received from the USPS (United States Postal Service), couriers, and interdepartmental mail, to designated areas on campus. All outgoing mail is picked up at the time of delivery and is processed the same day (excluding bulk 3rd class mailings). The use of the University Postal Service for receiving and delivering personal mail/parcels is discouraged.
Counter assistance is also available throughout the day for the campus community to drop off personal and business parcels to be sent via UPS.
On occasion it may be desirable to utilize the interdepartmental mail system to distribute printed promotional material (brochures, flyers, etc.) from a private company. To qualify for this privilege, the distribution must be presented by a member of Administration, interested in endorsing the promotion, to the Provost and Vice Chancellor. Approval by the Provost and Vice Chancellor will be based on the following criteria:
UPS/Federal Express: Packages need to be received in Postal Services before 2:00 p.m. for same day departure from campus, Monday-Friday.
These hours of operation have been established to accommodate needs of the campus community, delivery/pickup schedules, and processing of outgoing mail. Honoring this schedule as well as properly preparing and addressing outgoing materials will help expedite the processing of materials.
Other services include, but are not limited to:
Mail bags and tubs are provided to all designated mail delivery points on campus. If boxed materials weigh more than 50 pounds, or when boxes and/or mailings cannot fit inside the bags, call the supervisor's office of Printing and Postal Services so other arrangements can be made.
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