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Capital's Mail Services, located on the lower level of the Student Union, serves the campus community as a full-service U.S. Post Office. In addition to distributing mail to student mailboxes and picking up and delivering mail to campus offices, we weigh items, sell postage and arrange and receive UPS, Federal Express and other shipments.
We receive U.S. Postal Service mail daily in the morning. We then distribute it throughout campus.
We’re open from 8:30 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday, and we're closed on holidays when the university is closed.
Student mailboxes are on the lower level of the Student Union. All undergraduate students get a secured mailbox free of charge.
Address mail to Capital students using the student's mailbox number, not to their residence hall.
The proper address format is:
Student Name - CU Box Number
1 College and Main
Columbus, OH 43209-2394
Students must pick up packages and bulk items from the Mail Services counter. Students receive an email informing them they have a package.
Parents and relatives should feel free to send food items and sundries. We receive all legal shipments according to U.S. Postal Service rules.
Mail Services will sign for your packages upon receipt. A student signature is required to pick up a package at the Mail Services counter.
Mail gets delivered to and picked up from campus offices. Offices must include their account number on all mail pieces, bundles or packages. All departmental mail is metered and charged to the department's account.
Offices should call Mail Services at 6658 the day of pick up for heavy items or numerous boxes.
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