Mail Services Overview
December 5, 2013 3:15:49 PM PST
Mail Services is responsible for processing incoming, outgoing, intra-campus, and student mail for UCSD. Find out everything you need to know about mail services, including campus mail codes, where to buy stamps and find collection boxes, mail safety, tracking incoming mail, domestic and international mail standards and procedures.
Mail service is closing at noon December 10th and 19th.
During the campus closure, December 21, 2013 through January1, 2014:
- Customers who have been transitioned to the centralized mailboxes will continue receiving service on Dec 23rd, 26th, 27th and 30th as long as their boxes can be accessed by Mail Services.
- A staff member may pick up and drop off all mail for your mail code at the Campus Services Complex near Voight/Gilman between the hours of 9am and 2pm on those days; be prepared to show identification and sign for mail at time of pickup.
- No other services will be available during the holiday closure.
In the right place? If your shipment weighs over 70 pounds or contains hazardous material, UCSD Shipping must process it. Students, please see Student Mail Services.
Locations, hours, collection boxes
How to use Mail Services
Learn about using mail services, including:
Note: See Imprints for mail preparation services, mailing lists and labels, mailing list cleansing and updating.
Send priority mail and packages
Read about USPS postal rates and services and see ways to send priority mail and packages (including personal packages) through Mail Services:
Domestic mail is mail addressed to destinations within the United States or its territories. Learn about address standards for outgoing domestic mail, how to send FedEx and UPS packages and USPS Express mail, and how to ship personal packages:
International mail is mail addressed to destinations that are not within the United States or its territories. Learn about address standards for international mail, international mail country codes, how to complete customs forms and send packages and mail:
Note: This page has a friendly link that's easy to remember: http://blink.ucsd.edu/go/mail