|Sending to Hope
-Links to location of student mail and other campus addresses
-Correctly addressed mail via USPS
-Correctly addressed packages via UPS, FedX, and DHL
a student receives a package
-If a student wants to send a package
| Preparing Customs Form
for sending domestic packages, letters, etc.
-Prices for international letters
to the list of all of the campus addresses
|Mailroom Handbook & Forms
comprehensive handbook of how to use the resources that the mail
room offers. This is mainly written for staff and faculty.
an UPS Worldwide Waybill.
This should be typed as there are several copies to be printed through
and you may also be sending to or through non-English speaking countries.
It is important that the information be clear and precise in order
to receive optimal service. Your phone number and that of the recipient
are very important in case any problems with the delivery occur.
Manifests are required for packages.
- UPS envelopes and PAKs are available
for your use at the Mail Center.
- Deliver to the Mail Center before
- Please note that the service
time does not include weekends but business days only. If you
are told that a package should arrive in three days, that means 3
- Delivery times are estimates
only. They are correct only if your package goes through customs
smoothly. Again, the more complete the waybill, the better your chances
are of quick delivery.
- Be sure to be exact in your description
of goods. Business papers, manuscripts, contracts, airline tickets,
checks, letters, books, cassettes, CDs, videos, computer disks etc.
are all good descriptions. Gifts, traveling materials etc. are not.
Customs needs your description to be exact.
- Anything other than business
papers requires a declared value. If you don't give a declared value,
customs will provide one that may cost you more money than the item
is worth. One dollar is an acceptable declared value if that is all
it is worth to you and/or the recipient. Do not send cash.
- Don't forget to sign the bottom
right hand box.