Mail Services

Departments have a new way to send outgoing mail requests.

New way to send mail requests for departments

Departments sending packages, letters, postcards and flats will no longer use the Blue and Gold slips. Instead, departments will use an updated mail form for outgoing mail. Visit the Mail & Package Services Department page for more information. To prepare USPS package shipping requests To mail a package through USPS, complete the USPS Package Shipping […]

Shipping Deadlines and Holiday Stamps

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Getting to the post office during the holiday rush can be a challenge, but Mail & Package Services make it easy to take care of your shipping needs right here on campus. Just stop by Mail Services in Lower Prospector or Union Station in the Popp Martin Student Union. You can even purchase boxes, envelopes, […]

Fall break hours for Dining, Mail and more

Fall break is just around the corner! Check out these changes to our operating hours to make sure you can access services during the class recess. Dining Social 704  will operate on the following schedule from Oct. 21-24: South Village Dining will not be open Oct. 21 to 23, but it will open for dinner […]

Update your information in Banner

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Don’t miss mail or packages due to outdated information Dear Faculty and Staff: We’d like to inform you about two important issues that have recently affected our Mail Services: 1. Departmental relocations: Some departments on campus have moved to new locations without informing Mail & Package Services. As a result, mail and packages have been […]

Staff member from Mail & Package Services helps customer at the front counter in lower Prospector on the UNC Charlotte campus

Mail & Package Services wins Mail Center of the Year

Mail & Package Services is celebrating their recent win as Mail Center of the Year from the College and University Mail Services Association on March 14, 2023. The award recognizes the department’s dedication to improving their services and adapting to new challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.