The USPS Priority Mail prices are changing on September 7, 2014.
With Priority Mail®, you get more for your money. This service offers fast domestic delivery in 1, 2, or 3 business days1 based on where your package started and where it’s being sent. You also get free boxes and envelopes, free Package Pickup2 at your home or business, limited insurance3 coverage against loss or damage, and USPS Tracking™, included at no additional charge. Plus, discounts off retail prices may be available when you ship online.
Welcome to Mail Services
Boston University Mail Services handles and distributes the University’s incoming, outgoing, and interdepartmental mail on the Charles River and Medical campuses. Mail is picked up from and delivered to all departments once a day. Mail Services is responsible for proper management of the University’s metered mail and postal permits and also administers express shipments through Federal Express.
You may call to request pickup or delivery of interoffice (yellow) envelopes at no charge. For those of you who are willing to recycle, please send any interoffice envelopes that you can share with the University community to the Mail Services office on either the Charles River Campus (353-2156) or Medical Campus (638-7500). These envelopes will then be recycled back into the mail stream for reuse.
Medical Campus Mail is handled by the Medical Campus Mail Center. Mail Center employees pick up, sort, and delivers incoming mail from the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) to various departments on the Medical Center campus.
University Bulk Mail provides labeling, inserting, and sorting for high-volume First Class and Standard (nonprofit) mail for all departments of the University. Special Services outlines other services we offer.
Mail Services does not manage Residential Mail for students living in University housing. Student mail is delivered by the USPS and is then distributed by BU Housing/Residential Safety. Students who have any mail questions on the Charles River Campus should contact 617-353-2307.
Boston University faculty and staff should refrain from having personal mail or packages delivered to them at the University. Such articles should be directed to home or other non-Boston University addresses for delivery.