Each student is assigned a mailbox located in the student's residence hall lobby. The mailbox may be opened only by a key.
The University has two types of mail services available for students to use. The US Postal Service picks up and drops off mail in the residence halls and in the Davies Center daily. Stamps are sold inTowers Hall near phones, Chancellors basement, at Campus Information Services and at the University Service Center.
The University also offers an on-campus mail service. No postage is necessary for this service; however, mail will only be delivered to campus addresses. The campus mail service offers pick-up and delivery services to every residence hall as well as various locations around campus Monday through Friday.
Federal law prohibits the distribution of mail across the counter of the reception desk. When a student receives a package, a notice is placed in the mailbox. This notice should be shown with a University I.D. to claim a package at the reception desk. Students will be asked to sign for packages. No one else may claim a package for a student.
Mail is delivered to and picked up from each hall every day except Sundays and holidays. To assure proper delivery, mail should be addressed as follows:
1. Student's Name
2. [Room Number and Name of Residence Hall]
3. [Residence Hall Street Address]
4. Eau Claire, WI 54701
Residence Hall Mailing Addresses
Bridgman Hall: 610 Hilltop Circle
Chancellors Hall: 820 University Drive
Governors Hall: 640 Hilltop Circle
Horan Hall: 651 Hilltop Circle
Murray Hall: 11 Garfield Ave
Oak Ridge Hall: 810 University Drive
Putnam Hall: 99 Garfield Ave
Sutherland Hall: 620 Hilltop Circle
Thomas Hall: 101 Garfield Ave
Towers Hall (North & South): 642 University Drive