Mail Services is responsible for incoming and outgoing University mail and packages, picking up and delivering intercampus mail, items for mass distribution and outgoing bulk mail. This includes all incoming and outgoing U.S. mail and outgoing Federal Express and UPS shipments.
Incoming express mail shipped by UPS or Federal Express are received and delivered by the Central Receiving Department, not Mail Service, inquires about that status of such packages should be directed to that department at 784-4179.
3:00 p.m. is the deadline to drop off outgoing mail. Drop off at the customer service desk for processing that day.
- Postage Charge Form for USPS/UPS Ground Mail
- Postage Charge Form for Express Shipments
- Mailing Labels
- Campus Distribution for Non-NSHE entities
- Campus Distribution for NSHE entities
All information concerning U.S. Postal, Federal Express, or UPS regulations and the required forms needed for these types of task as well as selecting the best option to get your documents and packages to their destination can be supplied by stopping by the Customer Service desk, in the Central Receiving Building room 100 or calling (775) 784-6733. All forms need to complete all types of shipping or mailing can be ordered by calling the same number.
The University of Nevada, Reno has an established policy prohibiting Mail Service from processing personal mail; this is stated in the University Administrative manual section 4,765: "University facilities, address, and stationery may not be used for sending or receiving personal mail of any sort (including Federal Express, UPS, or any other such vendor)"
Campus Distribution for Non-NSHE entities
The mailroom distributes flyers, postcards and other printed materials to campus mailstops for entities from outside NSHE. These items are not individually addressed. Please check the campus distribution form for non-NSHE entities for quantities. The printed item will be delivered to the established mail stop when a fee is paid with non-state funds to recover delivery costs, and each piece is marked, in a conspicuous place with the following disclaimer: "The contents of this document do not reflect an opinion or endorsement by the University of Nevada, Reno. This document has not been printed or distributed at state or university expense. Delivery beyond the mail stop is optional."