Our mission in the Campus Mailroom is to support our university community by providing courteous, timely, accurate, and cost effective processing of written correspondence and packages for the United States Postal Service.
For more information about the United States Postal Service, please go to their website: https://www.usps.com
The Campus Mailroom is located in 115 Fletcher Building. Business hours are 8 AM to 5 PM Monday through Friday. Summer hours are 8 AM to 4:30 PM.
Student mail pick up is in the Campus Life and Housing Office in 125 Cisler
Outgoing USPS Mail
Please use the side door in the hallway (past the department mail boxes) to drop off outgoing mail that needs postage. Please do not include personal mail with your outgoing mail. Outgoing mail is processed on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Please sort your outgoing mail as follows:
- Foreign mail – separate to ensure mail is not returned for insufficient postage
- flaps extended if not sealed, address side up and separated by Country and envelope size
- all pieces must be facing in the same direction
- list all mail on one Mail Authorization Form (pink slip) and bundle together
Personal, Stamped Mail
Please put personal stamped mail in the Pre-Stamped Mail slot below the department mail boxes. Stamps can be purchased at the LSSU Bookstore.
Inter-departmental mail is to be placed in the On-Campus Mail slot below the department mail boxes. Employees relocating on-campus are to contact the Mail Room to update their new department and office location.
Incoming USPS Mail
The United States Postal Service drops off mail to 650 West Easterday Avenue between the hours of 10:00 am to 11:00 am, weather permitting drop off may be somewhat later.
Please note that mail addressed to 680 West Easterday Avenue is dropped off by the Post Office to the university Housing and Residential Life Office.
Campus Mail Services cannot accept collect on delivery mail or packages. Delivery will be refused and returned to the sender.
Campus Mailboxes and Keys
Each department is assigned a specific campus mailbox and a key. Please bring your key when picking up mail. If a student worker forgets the department mailbox key and asks staff to hand out mail, the Mail Room staff may contact the department to verify the student is authorized to pick up mail. Any person requesting mail without a key will be asked to sign a “receipt of mail” acknowledgment.
For lost or stolen mailbox keys, please notify the Mailroom immediately so a new key can be requested.