Mail Services is located at the loading dock area of the Service Building, and is under the supervision of the Director of Physical Plant. Mail Services is responsible for the pick-up and delivery of all incoming and outgoing United States Postal Service (USPS) mail including First Class and First Class Presort, Bulk Mail, Library Rate, Business Reply, Express, Certified, Registered, and Air Mail. Mail Services also delivers Inter-campus and Intra-campus mail and all packages. The USPS guidelines, under which Mail Services is allowed to operate, require that mailing activities be confined strictly to official, bona fide university business. All employees who wish to send personal mail from IU Southeast should take it to the USPS mail box located beside the bus stop adjacent to the McCullough Plaza. Personal mail, whether stamped or un-stamped, must not be intermingled with university mail. Mail Services is liable only for university-related packages and mail, and will not be liable for any mail or packages of a personal nature.
The person or office originating mail should be identified by typing the person's name and office in the return address area on the envelope. This will facilitate handling in case there is some question about postage or if the mail is returned for some reason.
UPS pick up service is available in the Bookstore. Shipments may be charged to university or personal accounts as appropriate.
Each faculty member, full-time or part-time, is provided with a mailbox near the office of his or her academic unit. Each person should check the mailbox daily or when present on the campus. Otherwise, announcements of meetings, grade sheets, notices about students, and U.S. Mail may be missed. Many notices of meetings and other important pieces of information are communicated by electronic mail (e-mail). E-mail should also be checked regularly.
For more information about mail services, see Section H of the Policies and Procedures Manual.