Category: University Mail Services News
When you are a shipping a package, here are a few helpful tips to keep in mind: Include your Campus Box Number when giving your UNC shipping address. Keep your tracking number handy. The US Post Office may show packages “delivered” … Read more
UNC-Chapel Hill will observe a formal closure of the University during Winter Break 2016: Monday, December 26, 2016 through Monday, January 2, 2017. In observance of the Winter Break, University Mail Services (UMS) operations will be closed and Campus Mail … Read more
Did you know that if your mail can meet these qualifications below it can be classified as presort and your department will save money? Address or label must be typed Standard letter size envelope (# 10) Address lines Flushed left … Read more
In an effort to reduce a significant amount of mail waste — the majority of which is immediately placed in recycling bins — the University has adopted an official Waste-Free Mail Policy. By adopting the Waste-Free Mail Policy, the University can expect to see a reduction of nearly 538,000 pounds (or nearly 270 tons) in paper waste each year.
Mail sent from one department to another should be addressed with a name or department and the CAMPUS BOX number of the addressee. Please do not send a Postage Authorization slip with Intra-campus mail. Mail that is vaguely addressed could … Read more
Current Postage Charge Authorization slips which use a six (6) digit account number and produce the barcode shown below will no longer be valid, as of Monday, September 22, 2014.