Centered on Community
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Campus Post Office
The mission of the Campus Post Office is to provide a broad range of mail services to all members of the Albion College community, including intra-campus mail, incoming and outgoing U.S. mail, postage stamps, and shipping and receiving of expedited mail.
The Campus Post Office, located on the main floor of the Kellogg Center, has the following window hours:
Monday-Friday: 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
Campus mail or outgoing U.S. mail may be dropped off at the Campus Post Office. Services provided at the Campus Post Office include:
- Postage stamps
- Shipping and Receiving of Overnight/Expedited services including U. S. Express Mail, Federal Express and Priority mail.
Note: In addition, outgoing mail and packages can be shipped via United Parcel Service (UPS) at the Albion College Bookstore, also located in the Kellogg Center.
Students should report all lost mailbox keys to the Campus Post Office. The first replacement key costs $30.00, and the second replacement key costs $40.00.
Campus Mail System
The campus mail system is a service to aid in the communication among College community members. Official College mailings (e.g., administrative mailings that deal with a person’s enrollment or status as a student), individually addressed inter-office mail to faculty, staff and students, or individually addressed U.S. mail are handled by the Campus Post Office.
Correspondence to students must be addressed with the person’s full name and campus mailbox number for example:
1234 Kellogg Center
Albion, MI 49224-0000
Individuals on campus and recognized groups may use the campus mail system for all-campus mailings to faculty and staff.
Written communication with campus residents, faculty or staff from individuals or groups not affiliated with the College must be sent through the U.S. mail.