The Campus Mail Center provides incoming and outgoing mail and package services for the campus community. We accept packages from all major carriers, incoming mail from the US Postal Service, as well as fresh flower deliveries. We do not accept deliveries from DoorDash, Grubhub or similar carriers.
We are located on the lower level of the Roger and Francine Jean Student Center Complex. Our hours during academic sessions are Monday and Thursday, 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 9 a.m. - 3:45 p.m. Non-academic hours are Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.
We have a variety of postage stamps and envelopes for sale. We also have a small assortment of free, lightly used boxes and packing materials for your shipping convenience as well as priority packaging from the US Postal Service. Stamps, supplies and shipping services may be paid for with cash, check, debit, credit or Hawk Bucks (get.cbord.com/Anselm)
Notice Specific to the Fall 2020 Semester: The Campus Mail Center will begin accepting student mail and packages on August 1, 2020. Students receiving notice of a package or first-class mail should plan to pick these items up as soon as they are issued a wristband that clears them from quarantine. Items must be picked up within 48 hours. After that, items will be held for a period of fourteen day and then will be Returned to Sender (RTS) without notice.
Your Campus Address
To ensure timely delivery of your mail, please address it appropriately using the following formatting:
Saint Anselm College
100 St Anselm Dr # _ _ _ _ **
Manchester NH 03102-1310
Name * - Please tell all correspondents to use your full name and four digit mail stop number when addressing mail to you. Nick names, parent names or lack of a name or mail stop number could result in your package or mail being misdirected or returned to the sender for lack of proper identification.
Mail Stop Number ** - to find your Mail Stop number, visit the MyAnselm.Anselm.edu portal.
- After logging into the portal, click on your profile picture in the upper right corner of the screen and select My profile & settings
- On the next page, click on Contact Information on the menu on the left or your screen
- On the Contact Information screen, click on Addresses to expand the menu. Your campus mailstop number will be listed with an address type of CAMP.
Picking Up Your Mail
No mail, packages, Edible Arrangements or floral deliveries are delivered directly to dorms. These items are delivered to the Campus Mail Center and it is the responsibility of the student to pick these items up from the Campus Mail Center.
Students living on campus who receive packages or first-class mail will receive an email notification from the Campus Mail Center indicating they have items to pick up. The email will direct students as to what type of item they have and where to pick up the item (locker or window.)
Until you receive an email from email@example.com your item is not ready to pick up.
Lockers – If your package is placed in a locker, the email will indicate which kiosk location to go to and provide a code for you to enter at that kiosk. Packages placed in lockers must be picked up within 48 hours.
Window – Packages located inside the Campus Mail Center will indicate a pick-up location of our service window. Letter mail is also indicated with a pick-up location of the service window. Proper ID will be required when picking up your mail or package at our service window.
Students should pick up packages and mail within two business days of being notified of delivery. Any package or mail not picked up within fourteen days of delivery may be sent back to sender without notice.
Perishable items – The Campus Mail Center has limited ability to keep perishable items refrigerated. Students are asked to pick up perishable items immediately upon notification. The Campus Mail Center is not responsible for perishable items that are not picked up in a timely fashion.
Oversized items – The Campus Mail Center does not provide delivery or storage services for oversized or heavy items. These items must be picked up within 48 hours or they will be subject to return. Please bring a friend (or five) if you are picking up an oversized or heavy item.
Incorrectly addressed items - Mail received with incorrect names or no names will be held for seven days. It is the responsibility of the student to provide the tracking number and name of the sender to ensure ownership of any package incorrectly addressed.
Restricted items – Following are items that will not be accepted or distributed by the Campus Mail Center: third class mail and unsolicited advertisements, alcohol or alcohol related materials, illegal drugs, hazardous or flammable materials, live animals, firearms or firearm related materials, commercial and/or business activity related materials, grocery deliveries and extremely large items requiring freight or other carrier delivery services such as auto parts or furniture. In some cases, depending on the item, we may contact the Dean of Students or Campus Security for further assistance.
Students must pick up all mail and packages before leaving campus at the end of each on-campus session. Any items that have not been picked up within one week of the last on-campus classes will be Returned to Sender (RTS).
The Campus Mail Center does not provide forwarding services at the end of on-campus sessions. Please arrange to update your address with all correspondents at least four weeks prior to leaving for home as this will ensure your mail follows you home. Mail arriving to campus after the end of an on-campus session will be Returned to Sender (RTS).
Parents: If you have any questions concerning shipping packages to your student, please contact us at (603) 641-7025 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org