Welcome to Mail Services

At Mail Services, we

  • manage the MSU mail permit and postage funding
  • act as the liaison between the US Postal Service and MSU
  • fold and insert First Class mail into a window envelope
  • perform billing activities
  • ensure supplier compliance

Incoming mail is delivered directly to campus buildings by the Post Office. For large, outbound mailings, please submit a Service Request.

Campus Mail

Campus Mail

Send intra-campus correspondence, typically within a Campus Mail envelope.

US Postal Service

US Postal Service

Suppliers must get Mail Services' approval for all MSU mailings, prior to entry at the US Postal Service.

Addressing MSU Mail

Addressing MSU Mail

Find MSU building addresses and instructions on formatting MSU addresses.

International

International

Get Customs documentation information, requirements, and service options.

Billing History

Billing History

Locate line item transaction detail associated with University Services billing charges.

Service Request

Service Request

Complete for pickup of parcels being sent off campus, including USPS or international mail

News

Sep 16

Intro to University Services Class

University Services is offering a class from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., October 8, 2019, at the Angell Building, that provides an overview of our services. Though it's geared toward new employees, all MSU faculty and staff are welcome to attend. Click the title for registration details.
Sep 09

Medline Now in Spartan Marketplace

Medline has been added as a supplier in Spartan Marketplace. The largest privately-held manufacturer and distributor of medical supplies, Medline offers products spanning the healthcare continuum, including lab supplies and medical/scientific supplies.
Aug 26

August 30 Service Alert

To accommodate football traffic, University Services distribution and shipping and receiving will close at 3:00 p.m. on Friday, August 30.
Aug 16

Possible FedEx/UPS Service Delays, August 16

We have been advised by both FedEx Express and UPS that they are having mechanical issues with airplanes. As a result, some shipments may experience unavoidable delays. Perishable shipments will take delivery priority. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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FAQS

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