Official university business mail is collected, processed and delivered by the Campus Mail Service, including:
Campus mail, using inter-departmental envelopes, must be properly addressed to ensure delivery. Add a university return address if using any other envelope or mailer.
Dr. Joan Doe
638 Clemens Hall
Request additional interdepartmental mailing supplies from UB Campus Mail Services.
Campus Mail Services can process outgoing letters, flats and parcels using a postage meter.
|Certified Mail||Provides proof of mailing at time of mailing and the date and time of delivery or attempted delivery||$3.45 plus postage|
|Return Receipt||Provides evidence of delivery, including the recipient's signature and actual delivery address. This must be used with another service (e.g.) certified, insured or registered mail.||$2.75 plus postage|
|Registered Mail||Provides the highest level of security afforded by the USPS, including a special chain of custody and indemnity up to $50,000.||From $12.60, depending on item's value|
|Insured Mail||Provides coverage against loss, damaged or missing contents up to $5,000.||From $2.10, depending on item's value|
|USPS Tracking||Provides tracking updates as item travels to its destination. It can be used with priority mail, first class parcels, library mail and media mail.||No cost|
Campus Mail Services’ bulk mail operation is efficient and cost-effective for large mailings, such as invitations, newsletters or announcements.
Inform your off-campus business colleagues about your mail address at UB to expedite your mail delivery.
|Your Name |
Your Department (if applicable)
Your Campus Mailing Address (Room # and Building Name)
Buffalo, NY Your Zip+4 Code
|Dr. Joan Doe |
638 Clemens Hall
Buffalo, NY 14260-4600
Use Look Up a ZIP Code™ to find your zip code using the By Address tab. UB has more than one zip code and there are numerous +4’s.
USPS services can facilitate shipping with a variety of supplies and services:
For foreign parcels one pound or over, a USPS Customs Form must be filled out:
Contact Campus Police at 645-2222 for any suspicious mail piece. Review tips from the USPS about what makes mail suspicious.