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Mail at Campus Square
Monday - Thursday 8 am to 7 pm.
Friday - 8 am to 6 pm
Saturday 10 am to 5 pm
The phone number is 610-758-4193
Mail at Campus Square accepts cash, credit card and GoldPlus. It serves students, faculty and staff and is easily accesible in Campus Square
- First Class Mail
- Certified Mail
- Return Receipt
- Priority Mail
- Insured Mail
- Express Mail
- International Mail
- Incoming Mail
We accept packages from the following couriers:
- U.S. Postal Service
- Express Mail
- Federal Express
- Federal Express Home
- Federal Express Ground
- UPS (United Parcel Service)
All undergraduate students have mailboxes at Mail at Campus Square. Students are sent an email when they receive mail or a package and are expected to pick them up, as they will be held responsible for all official notices processed through the post office. Additionally, all students living in the residence halls and Greek housing receive external mail through the post office.
Incoming mail for students should be addressed as follows:
4 Campus Square
Bethlehem, PA 18015
Student mail is placed in mailboxes by 2:00 p.m.
All outgoing mail received by 3:00 p.m. leaves the post office the same day.
Further information for students and directions on how to get mailbox combinations is available at http://www.lehigh.edu/~inubs/printing/mailboxcombinationinstructions.shtml
Campus Mail and Courier Services
Mailing Services provides this service to all departments on all campuses, twice daily. Campus mail is picked up between 8:15 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. Courier Services will pickup and deliver packages pertaining ONLY to mail to other departments or to the Print and Mail Center located on the Mountaintop Campus. Packages weighing less than 50 lbs are eligible for this service. Packages weighing in excess of 50 lbs or over 108 inches in combined length and girth, require special arrangements with One Source at 8-3970, and there is a charge for their services.
Inter-Office mail consists of correspondence from a campus address for delivery to another campus address. To provide proper delivery, internal mail requires a recipient's name and box number (for student mailboxes), department name, building number and room number if available. This may sound like a simple thing; however, by addressing your inter-office mail into a preferred format, YOU can virtually eliminate lost, slow, or misdirected mail.
DO NOT deposit Campus Mail in a U. S. Mail receptacle; this could result in the complete loss of the item or the Postal Service charging postage due.
If you are changing departments, a change of your internal location must be acted upon promptly. As soon as you learn of your relocation, send a note or E-mail to Payroll. Be sure to include the effective date of the change, and your new and old department.
Plain Envelopes - If addressing internal mail in white envelopes, please have CAMPUS MAIL printed or written in the upper right corner since such mail can be mistaken for U.S. Mail. This will enable us to identify the envelope as campus mail.
Inter-Office Envelopes - These are envelopes that are used repeatedly for in-house or internal mailings. When using inter-office envelopes, make sure the previous marking has been completely blocked out to ensure proper handling and direction to the intended recipient. The addressee is always to appear on the last line. Do not address between previous markings. These envelopes should not be used for U.S. Mail.
Multiple Page Items - Multiple page memos, letters, magazines, books, reprints, newsletters, etc., should be inserted into inter-office envelopes to facilitate handling. This will prevent single page correspondence or small pieces of mail from becoming trapped between the pages of multiple page items.
Confidential Correspondence - Confidential matters should be clearly marked CONFIDENTIAL on the envelope. Any undeliverable confidential mail will be returned to sender if a return address is clearly marked and no other addresses are shown. If no return address can be determined, only the Director will open confidential matter. Students are not allowed to open confidential mail for any reason.