Information about mail and delivery services available during the campus disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hours During COVID-19
- Monday–Friday: 8 a.m.–2:30 p.m.
- Saturday–Sunday: closed
- Monday–Friday: 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
- Saturday–Sunday: closed
Yes. Students who are registered to remain on campus may continue to access their mailboxes on the lower level of the Coop.
Those who enter this public area are asked to maintain responsible social distancing practices with the others they encounter in the area.
Mail will be held at Mail Services except upon special request.
If an office requires receipt of mail or packages, please call 315-228-7490 to arrange an appointment for pickup from the mailroom or to arrange a special delivery.
Yes. The mailroom's regular services are available according to the modified schedule of hours listed on this page.
Yes. FedEx will deliver packages to University Central Receiving, who will deliver packages to offices.
Seniors: Mail Services will forward your mail for a year and change any addresses that request it.
Other students: we will forward your first-class mail and packages to you over the break. We will automatically stop forwarding all packages and mail the first week of August. If you will be returning to campus earlier than August, please let us know and we will open up your mailbox. Also, if you will be off campus for the fall semester, please state so in your email and we will continue to forward your mail until the spring semester.
When addressing mail to a student living on campus, send mail to the student's CU Box at:
CU Box ( )
13 Oak Drive
Hamilton, NY 13346
About Mail Services
Located on the lower level of O’Connor Campus Center, Mail Services provides internal mail services for students, faculty, staff, and administration as well as operating a contract station of the United States Postal Service, known as Colgate Station.
Postage for professional correspondence is usually paid by the University or charged to a department. Official University mail entering the U.S. postal system must be marked to identify the appropriate department or account to be charged for the postage costs. Personal correspondence sent through the USPS must be stamped before placing in outgoing mail.
Colgate Station is the area where all students receive mail and incoming packages. The station provides postal services such as money orders, registered mail, certified mail, parcel post, and the sale of all postal supplies.
In addition to U.S. mail, University Mail Services distributes official University mail and notices to departments, employees, and students. Outgoing mail and interoffice communications are picked up and delivered to the university twice a day. This service is designed to provide an efficient internal distribution system for University business correspondence.
Mailing Options at the USPS (Stamp) Window
Delivering 7 days a week, it is the fastest domestic service for time-sensitive letters, documents, or merchandise. Guaranteed overnight scheduled delivery to most locations (ask our staff), including PO Boxes.
Shipping in 2 –3 business days, based on where the package starts and where it is being sent. There are a variety of Flat Rate options. The office has a variety of free boxes for this method.
Delivery in 7–10 business days.
Requires a signature by the recipient.
Senders will receive an electronic or hardcopy delivery record showing the recipient’s signature.
Only books or learning materials qualify.
Also available for purchase:
First Class Stamps • Air Mail Postage • Padded Bags • Postal Money Orders
If a department should require a second pickup of mail after the daily morning run, please call Mail Services at 315-228-7490 or send an email to email@example.com to make arrangements.
It is not the intent of this system to provide distribution of personal correspondence. Questions or concerns regarding whether or not specific campus mail meets the criteria as official university business may be directed to the Office of the Dean of Faculty/Provost.
Mail services are run out of the lower level of the O’Connor Campus Center.