Campus Print and Mail Services provides extraordinary, efficient and cost effective services.
Print & Mail Operations During COVID-19
Hours of operation: 8–noon Monday–Friday
Students may email their request to have items forwarded to them. Emails should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the forwarding address in the email.
The college will continue to pick up mail/packages from the Post Office around 7:30 a.m. via a CIT runner, and those mail and packages will be sorted by Kristi Rosendahl.
Shippers will be expected to drop off at the Mail dock in DeWitt. Kristi is communicating with shippers to use the Mail Services. The exception is the Library for UPS. Andrew Hawk will be notified when items come in for Chemistry.
- Will be staffed to receive from UPS. Non-UPS will likely go to the Mail Room.
- Library materials will be delivered from Mail Services to the Library by the CIT runner each morning after the CIT runner drops off college mail (roughly 8 a.m.)
- The Library will bring outbound shipping to Mail Services.
- The 8 a.m. morning run will be the only run to the Library.
- Kristi has contacted UPS, FedEx Ground and Amazon to let them know that deliveries should come to DeWitt Mail Room. It may take a few days for this to go into effect, plus some carriers (especially Amazon) are quite sloppy, so she’s expecting that some packages will still go to Schaap.
- If the NAS team agrees, we could put signs on Schaap (and other buildings like VWF) telling drivers to go to DeWitt Mail Room (141 East 12th Street). See Draft Sign for NAS Shipping.
- Regarding special shipments like live animals and placarded items, please call Kristi at 7185 or email email@example.com and discuss arrangements.
- Regarding nitrogen, VWF will not need it. Schaap will continue to receive and Andrew Hawk will coordinate that with the supplier.
Mail Services will not run a delivery route, and individuals will have to pick up from
Campus Print and Mail. If there is a need for delivery, Mail Services may use a runner.
If there is need for delivery to a department and it’s a letter or paper, Mail Services
may scan and e-mail documents if bandwidth is available to do so.
We will notify shippers that our hours are 8–noon. If they come after noon, the college will receive the package a day late.
Kristi will deliver outgoing mail to the Post Office in her vehicle when she leaves for the day.
Kristi will attempt to have the Post Office call if Express items come in and send runner. If Post Office says no, we will find a driver to pick up every day.
- Fund number charge
- Student ID
Library Print Pick-Up Location
Print pick-up and drop-off is also available at Media Services in Van Wylen Library during their normal business hours. Delivery of completed orders takes place Monday–Friday at:
- 9 a.m.
- 1 p.m.
- 4 p.m.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday–Friday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.*
Saturdays in the school year: 9:30 a.m.–noon (pick-up only)
*Mail processing ends at 4 p.m.
DeWitt Student Cultural Center141 East 12th StreetFloor 1Holland, MI 49423
Hope by the Numbers
- 2.7M+Sheets Printed
Last year, Campus Print and Mail Services printed 2,707,859 sheets of paper.Learn about printing options
- 35,935Packages Received
Campus Print and Mail Services received nearly 36,000 packages for students and employees last year.Pick up your mail
- 20,215Print Orders
Last year, we fulfilled more than 20,200 print orders for the campus community.Submit a print order
- 203,871Mail Processed
203,871 items were mailed through our office last year.Send mail
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