Mail Room

Mailroom Service Notifications:

  • Incoming students: When having packages sent to the campus, please keep in mind that because our mailroom is very small, we are unable to hold items for longer than a 48 hour period before returning to sender. Please be sure that if you are having a package sent to the campus you will need to retrieve it within 48 hours of our receipt.
  • Please access your student mailbox number and combo through: Identity.albright.edu 

 


Location
Campus Center, Lower Level
610-921-7817

Hours of Operation 
Monday through Friday
10 a.m. – 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.

Mail Room Staff
Jennifer M. Koch, Mail Room Supervisor jkoch@albright.edu
Frank Schaeffer, Mail Clerk fschaeffer@albright.edu
Frances Torcivia, Mail Clerk ftorcivia@albright.edu

Information


Albright College Mailing Addresses

FOR EXPRESS MAIL AND DELIVERIES.
For student mail, please include student’s mailbox number and indicate that the mail be delivered to the mailroom.

Address
Albright College
1621 Nth. 13th Street
Reading, PA 19604

P.O. Box Address
Albright College
P.O. Box 15234
Reading, PA 19612

Students will receive an email from Albright College when we receive a package for them. They may then come to pick-up their package. Students must present their student ID and they are only able to pick-up their own packages.


Postage and Mailing

Stamps are available for cash purchase.

Packages with stamps on that weight more than 13 ounces must be handled by a retail clerk at the U.S. Post Office.

Weight is not a factor for packages with online postage such as Click-N-Ship, eBay, Stamps.com, Endicia and Pitney Bowes Inc., or for packages with pre-printed “no postage necessary” return labels.

Mail and parcels to be sent UPS are handled through the College Book Store in the Campus Center.


Mailing Guidelines for College Departments

  1. Provide the departmental account number for mailing charges on the front of each bundle of mail.
  1. Separate inter-campus mail, stamped mail, envelopes/postcards reflecting “No Postage Necessary” from mail to be metered.
  1. Separate sealed envelopes from unsealed envelopes.
  1. Separate domestic from international mail.
  1. Envelopes must be address side up and right side up (as opposed to upside down) and flaps down.
  1. Do not tuck flaps into envelopes.
  1. Use the correct envelopes.  First class, bulk, etc.
  1. Envelopes 6 1/8” X 11 ½” or larger must be separated from other mail and stacked flat, not on end.
  1. Do not stamp account number or place any other markings in the upper right hand corner of mail piece where the postage is applied.
  1. Campus mail for student mailboxes should be in box number sequence.
  1. When ordering an 8 ½” x 11” flyer to be distributed to all student mailboxes, request that it be tri-folded.
  1. In order to quality for pre-sorted rates, the last line of the address on letter size mail pieces needs to be 5/8th inch from the bottom of the envelope.
  1. Bulk mailings require a minimum of 200 pieces, all the same weight, in zip code order and the indicia printed on the envelope.

USPS Information

US Post Office
2100 N. 13TH St.
READING, PA 19612-0001

(800) ASK-USPS
(610) 921-7040
Fax: (610) 921-7011
TTY Service (877) 889-2457 for hearing impaired

Business Hours
Mon-Fri  8:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.
Sat  8:00 a.m.-.3:00p.m.
Sun  closed

Last Daily Collection
Mon-Fri  6:00 p.m.
Sat  3:00 p.m.
Sun closed