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Mail Service smart parcel lockers are here!

Contributed by Peter Schlough on 02/25/21 

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Launching on Monday March 1, students can pick up their packages more easily and conveniently than ever before! Packages are placed in reusable lockers in 5 locations around campus. Students can pick up their items any time, 24/7.

Where are the lockers? Where do I pick up my stuff? 

  • Circle Apartment residents – Circles Community Center, main hallway in front of the laundry room
  • All Terraces residents – T1 by the old mailroom near the back entrance of the building
  • All Towers residents – Towers Concourse hallway in front of the old Sub Connection
  • All Quads residents – Bogart basement inside the old Quads mailroom (entrance closest to Landon, by the basketball hoop)
  • Garden Apartment residents – G27, by the old mailroom near the laundry room

Here's how it works. When a new package is available for pickup from a locker, students will receive an automated notification email containing instructions for retrieving their item. This will include a temporary PIN and a QR code for that package. To pick up from the locker kiosk, students can either scan their ID card, scan the temporary QR code from their email, or type the temporary PIN from their email. The locker door containing their package will open and the student can remove the item. 

More detailed information is available on our webpage, here

PLEASE NOTE - The mobile mailroom truck system will be discontinued on Mon 3/1 when lockers are active. The Mail Center will also no longer offer extra weekend hours for pickups.

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