The University's US Mail is collected from the Kenosha Post Office at approximately 7:00 a.m. and at times, again at 9:45 a.m. It is brought down to Mail Services for sorting and prepared for delivery. The morning delivery for the main complex begins at 8:00 a.m. and the outlying department's route begins approximately at 8:50 a.m. All mail collected from the main complex is sorted and prepared for the outlying area's delivery route. The University's mail is picked up at the end of day at approximately 3:30 p.m.

We are capable of providing various services for 1st Class mail, such as Registered, Certified, Insured and Return Receipt. Mail requiring Registered, Certified, Insured and Return Receipt services must be brought down to Mail Services prior to 9:00 a.m. for same day processing or the mail will be processed the following day.

We have the equipment available to label most flyers and/or envelopes, provided you follow these requirements:

  • Labels must be one up.
  • Labels must be in Zip Code order.
  • Materials to be labeled must not contain staples.
  • Thickness max. 0.25"
  • Minimum Size 4" x 6"
  • Maximum Size 8" x 11"


There are several ways of distributing memos or flyers for interdepartmental delivery.

Communiqué Style - Each department slot in the mailroom is numbered with a certain figure that represents the number of employees in each respective department. Mail is then sorted accordingly and is the department's responsibility to ensure that each individual receives a copy. The present count is 675 copies required.

Label - You have the option of ordering these labels through either Mail Services or on your own through the Computer Center. Keep in mind when ordering through the Computer Center that you request the labels be sorted by "NAME WITHIN OFFICE/DUTY".

All inter-campus mail is sorted by the individual's name and respective department. We ask all individuals to try and refrain from using building room numbers. This is extremely important during each new semester, when new personnel arrive on campus. Do not send cash or any valuable items through the inter-campus mail.

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