WHAT WE DO
The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) delivers mail to us for distribution to individual departments and we process all outgoing mail and deliver to USPS. We also carry a wide variety of packaging material for USPS, FedEx and Lone Star Overnight (LSO) and offer postage stamps for those special mailings. Learn more about our daily schedule and deliverable items, types of mail, address formats and the importance of using STOP Numbers.
The Bulk Mail division of Mail Services provides departments with a full range of mail preparation services. We will address, fold, tab and seal mail pieces. We also can mechanically insert envelopes with up to six different items or manually insert larger or specialty pieces. Mailing lists are cleansed and certified for the lowest automation postage rates. We also have employee campus address lists for TTUHSC, TTUS, TTU & TTUHSCEP. View more on mailing lists and bulk mail requirements.
Our postage customer service counter is located with the Printing Center in BC351. We have a small selection of individual postage stamps as well as books. Through USPS, we offer first class, priority, express mail and package services. Delivery and Signature confirmation as well as Certified mail and Return Receipts are available for your mailing needs. Boxes and packages may be mailed from Mail Services; however, we do not offer registered or insured mail for personal packages. FedEx is now available for personal use! *Personal postage services are not available on TTUHSC official Holidays, including partial staff days.
This service is not an extension of the USPS; it is staffed and operated by TTUHSC personnel. All claims for loss or delay or personal mail must be filed with the USPS Claims Office. Tampering or theft of stamped mail will be investigated by the U.S. Postal Inspector’s Office and the TTPD.
- Do not touch the piece after the initial contact.
- Call your supervisor to verify your concerns and continue with the following steps ONLY if your concerns are verified.
- Stop all activities and evactuate all personnel in the immediate vicinity of the piece.
- Turn off all air handling equipment and close all doors and windows in the area.
- Contact the TTPD and they will contact the office of the U.S. Postal Inspector if deemed appropriate.