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Mailroom

The Mailroom receives and distributes all classes of U.S. mail as well as intercampus mail.

Hours of Operation:
7:00 am - 4:30 pm
Monday - Friday

Phone - 315-386-7322
Fax - 315-386-7905


Pryce

Sandy Pryce

Principal Mail & Supply Clerk
315-386-7322

Responsible for the Campus Mailroom, Central Storehouse, Central Receiving, Property Control and Surplus Property, Supervising Green Thumb employees and Work Study students.

Mailroom Procedures

  1. All departments are allocated funds for postage needs and when these funds are exhausted, no further mailings will be allowed until authorized by the Business Office.
  2. All official mail must contain the account number of the department to be charged in the upper left-hand corner over the return address or it cannot be mailed.
  3. All bulk mailings will be sent at the least cost possible unless the person mailing specifies a preference: first-class, special delivery, Federal Express, UPS, Airborne Express Mail, RPS and common carrier.
  4. Films ordered by faculty members for classroom use are delivered to the School or department office on the regular mail delivery schedule. They are picked up for return on the same basis.
  5. Stamps are not available in the Mailroom, but may be purchased in the Campus Store.
  6. When a large bulk mailing is contemplated, please give the Mailroom advance notice so as to assure funds being available in our U.S. Postal Permit Fund.
  7. Stamped, plain postal cards are available in the Mailroom. A C-1 is required.
  8. The Mailroom operates on a tight schedule in picking up mail between the various departments and locations on campus. This scheduling is necessary to meet pickups by the U.S. Post Office. No time is allowed for delivering or picking up other material not of a mail nature. If this service is required, please call the Mailroom and we will try to cooperate at the earliest convenient time.
  9. Special Delivery, U.P.S. and other courier services require that Mailroom staff sign when they accept delivery. When these items are delivered to addressee, a signature will also be required before the item will be released.

Estimated Time of Mail Runs

(Subject to change if necessary and during school breaks and summer months.)

CRESTNevaldine North 105

University Police Chaney / College Association

Run Time (start) Building Pickup / Delivery Location
8:45 AM Pick up mail at Post Office
9:30 AM Southworth Library Lower Level Entrance
  Miller Campus Center Student Mail
    One Hop Shop
    Davis Health Center
    Student Activities
10:30 AM Cooper Service Complex Main Office
  Halford Hall  
  Newell Vet Tech Newell 100
  Nevaldine Hall Nevaldine North 105
11:00 AM  MacArthur Hall Swap bins - 2nd, 4th, 6th floors
    Pick up mail 3rd & 5th floors
1:00 PM Wicks Hall  
  Cook Hall Cook 125
  French Hall  Upper / Lower
1:30 PM  Residence Life Mohawk Hall
1:00 PM Chaney Dining Center  
  CARC Admin Office 209
2:15 PM  US Post Office Picks up Mail  

Cooper Service Complex
34 Cornell Drive
Canton, NY 13617
Phone: 315-386-7222
Fax: 315-386-7960